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How to Implement an Internet Security Defense System

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For more than a decade, hackers and cybercriminals have been increasingly wreaking havoc on business, government and the general public. Cybercrime has increased by a 100-fold in the last decade. Now it’s time to counterattack! But how, you ask? By what means do we have to counter this ever-growing menace? The fact is, we always could stop most hack attacks in their tracks. It’s just that people and businesses and governments try and implement what I call the least effort most gain strategy. This does not work! What does work is to implement the tools available and to then continuously upgrading your capability to stop all threats. Plus, there are new security measures available to make it much harder to breach your defenses. By implementation new and time-tested measures to thwart cybercriminals dead in their tracks, you can safeguard your digital domain. What are these new and tried and true security measures? How can a business, government, or individual protect themselves from the increasing threats of cybercrime? In this episode of Working the Web to Win, we will explore new security measures that have just been released by Google and other companies to help counter attack the hacking increases being perpetrated by cyber criminals and rogue nations. We will also provide a detail security plan that will stop most cyberattack in their tracks and provide the reader with a list of what to watch out for to further thwart hacker attacks. So, get ready to print out this article and get ready to check off your new security items as we delve into the latest in internet security methods to counter attack those who hack. For more details read the accompanying blog at: https://workingthewebtowin.blogspot.com/

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