For many people the start of a new year brings thoughts of resolutions, what you should improve, what you start doing and what you should stop doing. Have you ever thought to apply this to your business IT security? Continue reading for a list of some basic IT secruity practices you can implement now to improve how secure your business is.
Passwords, passwords, passwords. It’s nearly impossible for most of us to remember the dozens and dozens of login credentials we need every day. Password managers solve this problem by requiring you to remember only a single, master password.
Using a password manager like LastPass, which has a free version as well as paid options for personal and corporate accounts, makes life a lot easier. With a password manager you only need to remember one password to access all of the rest.
Implement Multi-factor Authentification (MFA)
MFA technologies are an essential tool for businesses looking to protect themselves from cyber attacks. These technologies work to verify the identity of users through multiple methods, providing an additional layer of security beyond just a password.
The beginning of the year is a perfect time to delete all those un-used apps that you have installed on your smartphone. Some of these apps might not have adequate privacy and security settings. Now is a great time to review those and remove the ones that are not secure.
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