Home Security: Enable MFA on Your Smart Devices

One of the best ways to stay ahead of people targeting your home network is by taking advantage of Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), and creating strong passwords to protect your smart devices.

If you have a smart thermostat, it’s likely that it’s prompted you more than once to set up multi-factor authentication for your safety. You should also make sure you aren’t using default passwords, to stop hackers from breaking in through your devices. Doing this is key to staying secure at home.

Stay one step ahead of your attackers with our Cybersecurity Monday tips. To find out how we at CCP can protect your information, get in touch today.

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