- Well, firing your IT person is certainly not a bad place to start.
- Create safe passwords by only using the trustworthy letters and numbers.
- Reduce interest in your website by cutting down on stories about very popular subjects, such as Syria.
- Move site to a new web address every few minutes.
- Shoot out an email reminding employees to be really careful online.
- If you receive an unfamiliar email asking for your username and password, don’t delete it right away. Dig deeper by inputting your personal information and following the links.
- Install a shit-ton of firewalls.
- If your Twitter account is hacked, don’t be afraid to contact Twitter with your concerns. Their world-class tech team will respond in a fastidious manner to get your account up and running again within seconds.
- Transfer over to a weekly print production schedule.
- Remember that, worst comes to worst, it’s just a tweet, and it’s not like anyone’s ever had to apologize for a tweet before.
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