How to Support Small Businesses During Coronavirus

Small businesses across America are feeling the effects of COVID-19 government shut-downs. Some more than others, but everyone is feeling it in some way.

Wondering how you can help? Here’s a list of easy ideas to support your favorite small businesses: 

Leave a review on Google or Yelp

Did you know that leaving reviews can help businesses rank on Google, improve online visibility and build credibility? If you’re wondering if your reviews really matter, they do! Pick 10 of your favorite local small businesses and take the time to leave them a Google and/or Yelp review.

Free Tools & Trials For Your Business During COVID-19

In times of a global pandemic, whether you’re a business or an individual, you’re probably feeling strapped for cash right about now. Good news: there are tons of free resources, tools and trials for you to take advantage of during this time! If you’re trying to slim down on spending, focus your time on utilizing free options over paid subscriptions to eliminate monthly costs.

10 Shocking Phishing Facts

Are you doing enough to protect your business and yourself from phishing attacks? If you think you aren’t likely to be a victim, we recommend thinking again. Read below for 10 shocking phishing facts you may or may not know--and how these facts may apply to your own vulnerability against a phishing attack.

Working Through COVID-19: Mitigating Increased Cybersecurity Threats

Cutting straight to the point: Criminals are adapting and taking advantage of the COVID-19 situation.

See below for information and advice specific to what’s been seen so far.
#1 - Phishing emails acting as if they’re legitimate messages from important entities
We’ve seen emails posing as HHS (Health and Human Services), CDC (Center for Disease Controls), and WHO (World Health Organization).

What do these phishing emails look like?

When to see a doctor or common symptoms.

Hacker Tracker | April

Where are we in the world of cybersecurity? It’s easy to miss the cybersecurity threats and attacks happening right in our “backyard”. Our goal at PK Tech is to educate and offer proactive steps for cybersecurity safety. It’s important to be aware--without being afraid--of the cybersecurity threats that are real threats for your business.