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Cyber Security Tip: Failover and failback

Cyber Security Tip: Failover and failback

IT Security Tip #48:

You’ve heard us talk about the importance of having a good backup that is “ransomware-proof,” meaning it cannot be infected if your network is infected. So, the first tip is to make sure you use the 3-2-1 backup rule: keep three (3) copies of your data, storing two (2) copies on different storage media, with at least one (1) of them off-site and separated from your network.

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Cyber Security Tip: Who are you *really*?

Cyber Security Tip: Who are you *really*?

IT Security Tip #47:

Multifactor authentication (MFA for short), sometimes called two-factor authentication (2FA), is a system in which you must verify your identity in two separate ways to access an account – this may be a login password, an online account or an account to access an application. Sound annoying? It’s not that bad. Here’s an example:

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