Five Backdoor Entrances You Need to Secure - Slide 4

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While companies are concerned about outsiders breaking into company networks, employees pose a similar and possibly even greater threat. Employees are in fact responsible for introducing the majority of malware onto company networks. You may want to consider running additional background checks on IT staff in responsible positions before hiring them. The best advice is relatively basic - trust your gut instincts, educate staff on keeping their data and network safe and enforce a robust internal security policy combined with a security audit.

Corporate security is serious business, but you may not realize it if you're leaving the back door open to cyber criminals.

If you’re not sure, it can be a daunting task to constantly monitor for new and emerging threats that come through a variety of channels. That’s why AVG Technologies has shared the top five backdoor entrances you should know.

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