Below, I’ve outlined 5 quick tips you can follow to help secure your business:
- Enable two-factor authentication wherever you can. The more steps it takes to access your account, the harder it is for hackers to access your account.
- Disable defunct accounts. Search online for your name or login and review which accounts you actually need. Delete the ones you don’t need – the fewer doors into your life, the better.
- Change your passwords every 3 months, and we’ll say it again – don’t use the same password for everything!
- Avoid storing passwords in the built-in browser password manager, text files, documents or outdated password managers. We recommend using a strict password manager that will encrypt your passwords for you.
- Subscribe to dark web monitoring services so you can find out when your credentials have been compromised.
If you want complete protection for your business, contact 914-934-9775 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll resolve the vulnerabilities in your business network and help you follow IT security’s latest and best practices.