Looking at your company’s safety, cyber safety must always be taken into consideration. Regardless of whether you perform only menial tasks online or store all of your confidential information on a web server, here are some tips for keeping your work and data secure.
1. Set up regular security audits
Having a good system in place for running comprehensive, routine audits is critical. They are one of the most important aspects of long-term cybersecurity planning as audits can run in the background, eliminating much of the “leg work” typically expected of cybersecurity plan implementation.
2. Analyze any past security breaches
If your organization has experienced any security or data breaches in the past, use these to understand weak points and potential areas of growth. Additionally, planning a standardized routine sweep after these types of breaches can help you get the best data to make your security stronger moving forward.
3. Identify large and small-scale threats
Last but not least, it is crucial to be able to distinguish between large-scale and small-scale threats. They are all important to take note of and document as many small-scale problems can create a large-scale one. Supporting this idea, it is also extremely helpful to find trends in the problems to help prevention.
*Information for this article was gathered from The Hartford.