First published: 17 Jan 2024
Last updated: 17 Jan 2024

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Business leaders are at higher risk of a cyber incident due to the information they have access to, the people they interact with and the influence they have.

The Australian Signals Directorate’s Australian Cyber Security Centre (ASD's ACSC) has a new publication, Practical Cyber Security Tips for Business Leaders to help business leaders and senior executives secure their accounts and devices. This includes advice to help business leaders secure their social media accounts and communication channels like emails and texts, as well as how to travel securely.

The publication includes the top tips business leaders can implement to improve their cyber security.

  1. Keep your device operating system up to date
  2. Update your software to protect sensitive information
  3. Enable multi-factor authentication, where available, and;
  4. Back up your important files.

ASD’s ACSC is committed to keeping Australian businesses secure online and is the Australian Government’s trusted voice and leading authority for cyber security advice and assistance

Read Practical cyber security tips for business leaders.

Stay updated with the latest cyber security advice and best practice by joining the ASD Cyber Security Partnership Program.

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