Small and medium sized businesses are having a hard time implementing security solutions, mainly because of the financial burden it represents. Over 50% of SMBs do not have a dedicated IT security professional to address their IT security.
Get a Real, Functional, Segregated Backup Solution
Get hit by Ransomware and you’ll regret not having set up a comprehensive backup strategy. It might be the only way for you to get your data back intact. Such an event can lead to financial ruin, lost revenue and obliteration of your reputation.
Always have backups stored offsite or in the cloud. In the event of a malware or ransomware attack, businesses can quickly access the data and restore it from clean backup sets without having to pay the ransom and dealing with the impact.
Install a Better Firewall
Protection at the network gateway now comes in all-in-one solutions covering web content and application filtering, virus blocking, intrusion prevention, secure remote connectivity and application controls.
Provide Continued Employee Education
Over 30% of breaches involved phishing attacks. Employee education on how to identify suspicious emails is the key to preventing such attacks.
Create Policies for Devices Connected to Your Network
Whether its personal or corporate, each device connected to your network should be considered by your security policies.
For example, personal employee cell phones should be connected to a segregated internet connection, residing on a different subnet than the one for corporate use. This segmentation limits issues if a personal device is infected with malware or ransomware.
Setup a VPN for Remote Employees
Enforce a VPN policy so remote employees can connect to the network via an encrypted connection for all traffic bi-directionally.
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