Short video on building a cybersecurity checklist ⇓
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Building a cybersecurity checklist that accounts for the special challenges your remote workforce creates isn’t as complicated as it seems.
With just a little tweaking to your cybersecurity plans, most companies can be remote-ready in no time.
Implementing the right solutions, adding state-of-the-art defensive tools, creating smart policies, and employing fresh resources enables you to rapidly mitigate the risks to your systems and data that are presented by a remote workforce while helping you sail smoothly into the new world that technology has created.
Checklist - six ways to protect your data:
- Protect your access points with multifactor authentication
- Keep your eye on the Dark Web
- Train your employees to repel phishing attacks
- Implement smart BYOD (bring your own device) and data handling rules
- Automate compliance when possible
- Encourage good work habits and communication
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DTS InfoTech Can Help
Most small businesses do not have the expertise, tech-savvy, or time to set up the employees to work from home. If this describes you, we can help.
A cybersecurity checklist will help you immensely in protecting your business and your very way of life.
If you would like more information, please give us a call, we’re always happy to chat, and the call is FREE! Calls are always free.
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