Provide cellular Wi-Fi hotspots or tethering plans so remote workers can use portable Wi-Fi hotspots. These can be used instead of allowing connections through public Wi-Fi networks to help regulate access and increase connection security. Wi-Fi hotspots should be password and login protected so they’re only accessible to employees.
If you have a bring your own device (BYOD) policy at work, make full use of mobile device management (MDM) applications so you can remotely access, track and wipe the data from a device should it be lost or stolen. High end MDM will also allow you to set regular automated data backups to your […]
Your business website may be a convenient backdoor into your systems which hackers could exploit to gain access to sensitive information, or simply hijack your website and hold it to ransom. As hackers will often bounce through VPNs across the globe, you can use Google Analytics to monitor where traffic is coming from and flag […]
If you work from home, request that your employer give you a dedicated work laptop or computer. Keeping work and personal data separate will reduce the risk of cross contamination or incidental slips that could lead to serious data breaches. Where possible, do the same with mobile devices; ask for a work phone or tablet […]
Securing business data and information is tantamount to keeping your company safe and fully functional. When it comes to threats like phishing scams, your employees are your first line of defense. Make sure teams are aware of risks and what to look out for. Provide refresher training, including useful insights into how they can keep […]
Apply multiple layers of defense to business networks to create a more secure network. Not only should this include using several different layers of security, but potentially more than one of the same type, too. Using more than one firewall, for example, means that you can partition different parts of the network behind different firewalls. […]
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