Technology is a powerful thing. It can help enhance security in many walks of life from personal life to business. It can add extra layers of security to your business’s online data as well as your business’s physical space.
Furthermore, not only can technology help you advance your career but it can also heighten the security of your business. On that note, here is the best measure to take to ensure the best security of your new business.
Use a VPS server
A VPS server is an ideal option for businesses that are starting up or growing and that have a smaller budget and do not require extensive resources. Although they allow you to add more RAM and storage, they might not always offer as many resources as a dedicated server.
Plus, VPS servers will offer more security than dedicated servers as you will not share the platform with anyone else. This is ideal if you run your own store and your site stores a lot of personal information.
Install CCTV systems
Another great way to increase your business security is to add CCTV around your building. This will enable you to keep a close eye on your business when you are not around as well as when you are.
You never know when something could happen (from an intruder invading your property in the middle of the night to an employee having an incident). With cameras in place, you can record and playback and occurrence that happens within and around your business.
Use two-factor authentication passwords
As well as thinking about physical security, you will also want to consider investing in cybersecurity to protect your business too. Your systems will likely require passwords so that employees can access data. If not, there should be passwords installed.
To maximize the protection of the passwords, it will help to integrate two-factor authentication for every system and every employee. This will mean that every employee has to double verify themselves before they can access the systems. This will make sure that not ‘anyone’ can login when they have the password.
Don’t allow employees to use their own laptops, if possible.
As a new business, you will want to ensure that you can afford to give employees their own work laptops before you hire them. Allowing people to use their own laptops can put your business at risk. Giving them access to your work systems could hinder your security as they might have viruses on their personal laptops, which can interfere with the safety of your data.
Simply giving employees their own work laptops, or requesting them to work under your supervision, will ensure that your business, its systems, and its data will not be compromised.
These smaller steps can play a significant role in the security of your new business, or any existing business. Simply enhancing your password security and using a private server can tighten your business safety and ensure that your data is not compromised.