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“If you spend more time on coffee than on IT security, you will be hacked. What’s more, you deserve to be hacked.”

Richard Clarke

Staying safe on Social Media

Limiting the amount of immediately available information about you can not only help prevent you from becoming a target to hackers, but it can prevent other types of dangerous cybercrime, like doxing, identity theft, financial crime, and more. Data privacy is extremely important – being informed and aware is the first step to keeping your data safe.

You may innocently make a post on your Facebook about the anniversary of a beloved pet’s passing – and suddenly, a financial hacker knows the answer to one of your bank’s security questions. Same goes for other typical security measures, so it’s good to ask yourself; “Am I over-sharing online?” and “Am I making myself a target?” Be honest with the answer – it could save you a lot of trouble! Hiring a professional to manage, curate, or create media for your business accounts can help erase this worry – and our team can teach you the basics of how these platforms work so you can stay safe on personal accounts too.

Learn how to stop
scammers and hackers

Millions of people get their personal details stolen every day – 91% of cyberattacks and their resulting data breach begin with a spear phishing email. Once attackers decide what information they intend to steal, which is usually personal or client payment information, they target everyone that has access to it. That means even if you aren’t someone who was unsafe online, you could be targeted by the attackers of someone who was. This means nobody’s e-mails are free of threats – and not everyone has filters and walls to protect them. Even when they do, phishing techniques constantly evolve to get around them.

Our team can teach you about common scammer and hacker tactics to help keep you and your business safe, both online and out in the world.

“Cybercrime is the greatest threat to every company in the world.

Ginni Rommetty

We can teach you the
basics of internet safety
across all platforms.

Fake sales scams
Phishing attempts
Avoiding malware
Social Media safety
Email privacy & safety
Computer scams
Fake websites
Social engineering
Tech & Antivirus scams

“The Internet is a wonderful thing, but it opens the door to many crimes, so you have to stay ahead of it.”

Frank Abagnale

Software & Platform Training

Our team has decades of combined experience on a variety of commonly used platforms & software suites, including but not limited to: Microsoft Office software, social media platforms (Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, etc), organizational platforms and software (Trello, Wrike, Monday, etc), and much more. Software and platform training is included in any retainer – so if you hire a member of our team, you’ll get our training for no additional cost, should you ever need it.

Need custom training modules for your business?

Hello Internet creates training courses in the form of SCORM modules, PPT files, PDFs, and more. We can help you create training courses for you and your employees that include your company’s branding, logo, and more. Courses are compatible with KnowBe4 training campaigns and other similar platforms for employee training. We can even provide training reporting to identify the training subjects most pertinent to keeping your business safe.

Companies spend millions of dollars on firewalls, encryption and secure access devices, and it’s money wasted; none of these measures address the weakest link in the security chain.

Kevin Mitnick

Let’s create an internet safety strategy.