Unfortunately, there are people out there that will try to kick you while you’re down. Just because the world is in crisis with COVID-19, the hackers have not stopped, but are instead stepping up their game in attacking small businesses.
With so many people now working from their home computers, there are even more vulnerabilities than usual. While many companies have systems in place to monitor their office computers, there are still many out there struggling to put in place the same security features for their employees while they work from home (Need help with this? Schedule a call with one of our IT experts).
One simple thing you can do to protect yourself better now is to enable two-step verification on any service you are signing into. Below you will find some common services that we suggest that you (and your entire team) immediately turn on two-step verification for if you have not done so already.
If you or anyone on your team gets stuck enabling two-step verification on any of these services, this is something we can help you with for free via our Community Joy & Unity program.
Quickbooks Online Guide for 2-Step Verification
LinkedIn Guide for 2-Step Verification
Google Guide for 2-Step Verification
Microsoft/Outlook Guide for 2-Step Verification
Yahoo Guide for 2-Step Verification
Facebook Guide for 2-Factor Authentication
Amazon Guide for 2-Step Verification