"Hiding" your SSID is just "security by obscurity" - like hiding the front door key under the mat. It works only as long as no one figures it out. Once it is figured out, it provides zero security.
In general, you want security measures that will work even if everyone knows what measure you've used.
Yes, by providing your name, any opportunist can focus on your network if they have that desire, but just having a WiFi network broadcasts that a network is there, anyway. If someone is targeting you specifically, they will find your SSID, even if you obscure or hide it.
So, hiding or obscuring the SSID provides very, very low protection. Unless you have a specific reason to need such specific, low, and opportunistic protection (and there are possible reasons), I'd focus on securing the network instead.
As JPhi1618 and emory point out in the comments, you could even create a security issue by using a nondescript SSID: If you set it to
df42Sdd235f2, for example, then someone could set up a WiFi network with your company name or even
3 in order to attract people to connect to it instead of your corporate network and the victims would not have any clues that the network was not the official network.