You’ve heard it all before.
The dreaded ‘spyware’ virus.
The ‘junk’ browser extension.
The insidious ‘cyber-attack’ botnet.
The persistent ‘malware’ infection that can hijack your company’s computers, networks, and networks.
But how to prevent those kinds of threats?
We’re here to help you.
The best way to keep your networks safe and secure is to adopt a corporate network security strategy.
This can include keeping a security breach under wraps and protecting sensitive information, as well as protecting the business from data loss.
And if you have multiple networks, you can consider how they can be protected by adding a firewall and a virtual private network (VPN) to your network.
The top five steps to keeping your corporate networks secure are:1.
Protecting your network from hackers is one of the most important things you can do.
It is essential that you protect your network against the cyber-attack bots that can take over your networks, steal data, and wreak havoc on your business.
This is especially true if you use a cloud-based, enterprise-grade data center, such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Rackspace, or Rackspace Compute.
It’s also important to protect against ransomware and other cyber-attacks that steal data from your networks and spread across your organization.2.
Protect your network and applications.
This may seem obvious, but it’s worth reiterating: Don’t use cloud services that allow you to log in remotely.
These services can expose sensitive data, such a customer information, to hackers.
The only way to protect this data is to have a firewall, VPN, or a firewall-protected, virtual private server (VPN).3.
Stay protected against ransomware.
If you’re considering purchasing a cloud service, consider using a VPN to protect yourself from ransomware.
Use a VPN, such that you can only connect to it from your local network, so that the attackers can’t access your network remotely.
The more secure you are, the less likely they will have access to your data.4.
Protect sensitive information.
You need to protect sensitive information from hackers.
A cloud-service provider should provide a way for you to encrypt your files so that they can’t be accessed by attackers or other hackers.5.
Protect data and applications that use cloud-services.
This includes software that you use for your work and personal information.
Cloud services that require users to sign up for, sign up with, or otherwise connect to cloud services can create a potential security risk to your information.
Keep in mind that this may impact the way you use cloud software.
If a cloud platform has a “lock” feature that prevents your data from being accessed by hackers, you may be more vulnerable to ransomware attacks.
If the cloud platform does not have a lock feature, you should use a VPN or a VPN that encrypts your data locally.