Vector Security’s Top Business Security Tips of 2017
Vector Security is your top resource for business security news and tips. Throughout 2017, the Vector Security business security blog featured a variety of valuable ideas for keeping your business safe and secure. After reviewing our business blog, we’ve compiled the most common blog topics and posts from this year.
Cyber security has been a major focus as of late. With more than 4,000 cyber attacks occurring each day, remember these tips:
- Hire a management-level employee who prioritizes information security.
- Create a cyber security plan, no matter the size of your business.
- Internet of Things (IoT) hacks are a hazard, so know how to guard against them.
- Make it a point to inform employees about the importance of data security and the hazards that exist with lax cyber security.
- Third-party data breaches aren’t to be overlooked. Understand how they happen, and protect your business against them.
Business Security Benefits
No matter the size of your business, it’s never too early to think about security. It may even help you fiscally as your organization grows.
- If your boss is on the fence about spending a lot of money on a professionally installed security system, remind him or her of the benefits.
- Remember, a quality security system not only protects your business, but also improves your financial outlook.
- Your security should grow as your business grows. Remember the three phases of your business, and think of your security as an investment.
Prepare and Prevent
Stay informed and be forward-thinking about security measures to keep your business safe. It never hurts to prepare for the worst. Stay up to date with current trends to ensure maximum business security.
- Be aware of all the security risks that come with the Anything-as-a-Service (XaaS) market, and develop a security strategy to prevent threats.
- Stay current on cyber security news to avoid putting your business at risk, and current consumer technology trends to secure your retail business.
- Take precautionary security measures to prevent loss from threats including, employee theft, burglary and fraud.
- Have damage control plans in place should the word-case scenarios become reality.
We hope this list helps your business stay safe as we move into 2018. Do your research, and connect with a trusted vendor to ensure all of your security needs are met.
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