Every Monday, I send out a newsletter covering a topic and practical tips to help you build greatness into your SaaS, from metrics, strategy, new technologies, and customer engagement, to market research (and more).
Unless you've been living under a rock, you've already heard and read about the dramatic and sudden collapse of Silicon Valley Bank.
The insight I took away is knowing where you've placed all your eggs in one basket. You can often do nothing to avoid it, but knowing your risks is essential.
Please take the time and think through where you have put your eggs, and at least spend a few minutes considering what you can do to mitigate things.
I'll make this quick because I assume most of you know what it is and why it matters. But for those who need a quick primer (such as non-technical founders).
You've probably heard of credit card breaches, the hacking group Anonymous, and how companies have had incidents because they stored passwords in their GitHub repositories.