Basic Condo Association Cybersecurity

Hackers and malware are everywhere. Whether you’re a small business being taken advantage of with ransomware, or even the U.S. government sitting on sensitive information of staff with security clearances, you’re at risk. Condo Associations and Homeowners Associations are potentially juicy targets for hackers for a number of reasons. First, you have valuable information that hackers want. You have names, addresses, phone numbers, license plates, potentially even social security numbers. You likely have billing and banking information for Owners and the Association. Finally, you’re in a sweet spot of likely not quite big enough to invest in cybersecurity, but you have valuable data. Don’t be caught unaware – make sure you have good approaches for Condo Association cybersecurity.       Read the article……………


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