Implement These Measures to Secure Your Business
Let’s take a look at some measures you can put in place to protect your business against cybercrimes.
Strict Password Policies/Management Tools
Strict password policies and the use of proper password management solutions can help improve your organization’s overall password hygiene. It is, in a way, the first line of protection against cybercriminals.
Strong Identity Controls – Multifactor Authentication (MFA)
To combat the current threat landscape, strong identity controls that go beyond traditional username-password authentication are required. Consider using Multifactor authentication, which includes features such as one-time passwords (OTPs) and security questions.
Regular Risk Assessment
This process aids in the detection, estimation, and prioritization of risks to an organization’s people, assets, and operations.
Virtual Private Network (VPN)
To avoid a security breach, you should set up a corporate VPN that encrypts all your connections. Make sure your employees test it in their respective locations to avoid any hassles.
Business Continuity Strategy
When disaster hits, a solid business continuity strategy ensures that mission-critical operations continue uninterrupted and that IT systems, software and applications remain accessible and recoverable.
Continual Security Awareness Training
Continuous security training empowers your employees to recognize complex cyberthreats and take appropriate action, resulting in a transformative security culture within your organization.
If you’re ready to strengthen your cybersecurity posture but aren’t sure where to start, don’t worry. We can help your company build a digital fortress of protection solutions. We serve businesses throughout Oregon and Washington State, contact us today.