It happens to all of us sooner or later. That dreaded You've Been Hacked sign appears on your website. If you've got a good go-to web team like I do, they can usually fix it in a matter of moments and then fortify your site against future attacks. This is all great and dandy – very important. But aside from your website, there are other online elements that also put you at great risk. The most dangerous? Email. One of the smartest things you can do today is protect your email from hackers later on. Protecting your communications is part of protecting your brand – and you owe it to yourself and your customers to take these measures. Take a peek at this recent article in the LA Times to learn the Do's and Don'ts of online safety. After all, would you leave your house without locking the front door?