The Enemy Has Leveled-Up and So Should You
With the Internet entering late middle age, it’s doing better than some. However, like many experiencing middle age, certain habits that were frowned upon have now become concerns. Like going for those middle-aged checkups that doctors order, the Internet has plenty of deadly issues lurking just below the surface. Cybercrime is at an all-time high, with every browser and security update spawning a new generation of cyber criminals better equipped than their predecessors. If any of your passwords contain even a fragment of personal information from birthdays to first pet names, you may be worse off than you know.
High Net Worth Targets
Managing cybersecurity can be especially challenging in private service, handling technology for a high net worth individual and their household. Texting and emailing vendors, opening and working with countless accounts to keep the household running, and traveling with the family is only a fraction of the possible entry points for hackers. Cybercriminals are looking to steal directly and sell the keys to unlocking your Principal’s financial information.
Harder Than it Looks
In the good old days, you could have the same password for multiple accounts, write them down, and keep them on your desk. Now even bastions of cyber security are becoming victims, including password encryption services, crypto exchanges, and banking institutions. Worst, the attacks are constant, 24/7. No one is expected to make such a heroic effort, but in private service, it can be difficult to discuss who you turn to for help with cybersecurity.
Cyber Team Six Cybercrime Prevention
CT6 can help. With multiple cybercrime experts and capabilities, they can quickly determine your level of vulnerability and start making corrections. In the event of a breach, they can work hard to minimize the damage and prevent an attack. Best of all, they have a holistic approach that focuses on personal technology and adopting a cybercrime prevention mindset the entire household can benefit from. Other HNWs trust them with their cyber security, and so should you.
Thieves, Miscreants and State Actors
If you manage multiple accounts for your Principal, it pays to know who you are up against. Today you are facing threats that range from the digital equivalent of the stick-up man to foreign state actors or their proxies. The goal of such breaches could be direct theft, blackmail, or leveraging any information vulnerability for various nefarious causes. Worst of all, without cybersecurity firm protection, whoever in the household handles the accounts are often blamed and punished for such breaches. Therefore, you must ask yourself, how extensive was your cybersecurity training when you learned to manage a household?
Protecting your Principal from avoidable harm is the number one rule. So why not spend your due diligence researching and contacting Precise Home Management? When thinking about cybersecurity, your time is better spent planning a solution than worrying about what darkness awaits your Principal’s critical personal and financial information. Contact PHM today!