Cybersecurity Doesn’t Have to Be Scary
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and while the team at F12 is always in the spirit to talk frightening stuff like phishing, hackers and breaches, we also love an opportunity to chat security all month long. Cybersecurity can feel like a scary topic, particularly when threats are always changing. A recent study gave Canadian SMB employees a “C” grade in terms of their cybersecurity safety and awareness, which is why education is so important. In this newsletter we’re sharing 12 spook-tacular tips to keep you safer.
If you’re thinking about growing your business, one place to devote some attention is your sales strategy. We hosted a webcast on the way we re-vamped our own sales processes—and now we’re sharing the details.
And in our continuing series on mergers and acquisitions, this month’s M&A spotlight is on Protocol Technologies, which F12 acquired in 2017. F12’s Executive VP (and former Protocol CEO), Todd Hanna, shares his experience in prepping and selling his business.
Wishing you a fang-tastic month,
The F12 Team
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