Has your Email been Breached?

Free Email Breach Checker and Password Security Tools
CT provides free access to the "Have I Been Pwned" and "How Secure is my Password" tools to help small to medium businesses (SMBs) improve their cybersecurity. These tools allow SMBs to check if their email addresses or passwords have been compromised in a data breach.

The "Have I Been Pwned" tool searches a database of over 11 billion email addresses and passwords that have been exposed in data breaches. The "How Secure is my Password" tool checks the strength of your passwords and suggests ways to improve them.

Entries into these tools are 100% secure and are not stored or shared with anyone. CT offers these links to help SMBs build their cybersecurity capabilities, regardless of whether they are CT clients or not.

Tool#1: Check if your email address is in a data breach

Tool#2: How secure is your password?

We understand that using these tools may raise concerns and important questions about your cyber security. Rest assured, it is not uncommon for your email or password to have been compromised at some point.

Therefore It's important that these issues be addressed.Contact Us if you need help with your Cyber-Security Capabilities so that we may reduce your business's cyber risks for the future.

What are the risks in an Email Breach?

An email breach poses significant dangers to individuals and businesses alike, highlighting the critical need for robust cybersecurity measures. When unauthorised individuals gain access to emails, sensitive information becomes vulnerable to misuse and exploitation.

The consequences can be severe. Personal data, such as names, addresses, and financial details, may be exposed, leading to identity theft and fraud. For businesses, an email breach can result in compromised client data, damaged reputation, and legal ramifications.

Hackers can use email accounts to launch further attacks, including phishing campaigns or spreading malware throughout the network. Additionally, confidential business communications and trade secrets can be exposed, leading to financial losses and competitive disadvantages.

Mitigating these risks requires implementing strong authentication measures, educating users about email security best practices, regularly updating software, and employing robust encryption techniques. Vigilance and proactive measures are crucial to safeguard against the potentially devastating consequences of an email breach.

Hence, it is crucial to address these issues. Feel free to reach out to us for assistance with enhancing your cyber security capabilities, allowing us to mitigate your business's future cyber risks.

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Here are some authoritive links to NZ Government related guides and information:
CERT NZ | Phishing Scams and your business
CERT NZ | Data breach
CERT NZ | Insider Threat
CERT NZ | Protecting your business from spear phishing and whaling
CERT NZ | Business email compromise
CERT NZ | Ransomware
Business-Govt-NZ | Keep your data secure
Business-Govt-NZ | Storing and backing up data
Business-Govt-NZ | Implement and test backups

Last Updated: 09/08/2023 | About Verifying your Email Breach Status for Free | Author: Dennis Jones | CT Business Solutions | Hamilton