Now more than ever is it crucial to protect sensitive data and information, especially when running a business. Many door software companies have an overwhelming amount of content and extremely important information they need protected. For some door, frame and hardware businesses it may not appear to be an issue when dealing with hardware information and data but it is. Take this as a wake up call, ensure the information of your clients, employees, as well as your business is protected, correctly.
Security breaches and stolen information can occur for any size business, cyber criminals do not care how large or how successful your company is. With advancement of technology and rapid improvements, these threats will continue to become an issue for all types of businesses. There are a handful of basic ideas and methods to facilitate protection of sensitive and non-sensitive information. Another option is to invest in software or a service that allows for a proper, efficient way to store and control data.
According to Business.com security breaches and fraud impact 25% of businesses with an average monetary loss of $38,000. This article emphasizes the idea of only saving what you need. For example, do not ask employees and or clients for extra information, especially if that information is private. The more information you take in, the more protection you will need.
It would be uncommon at this point in time to find a business that does not use any technology. Kaspersky.com states that 51% of businesses reported that they still need to improve protection of information within their business. When storing data, it is critical that back-ups are made regular and perform properly, ensuring all the necessary information is contained.
Protecting information is an essential part of any business. Years of work and collection, along with money, can be lost in seconds.
Michael Schecter, IT Manager Software for Hardware, based in Atlanta, GA. You can reach Michael at email@example.com