Everyone wants the best security for their business, but nobody wants to bankrupt their business to get it. Luckily, you do not need to spend thousands on the most expensive software, and a legion of IT professionals to bolster your IT security. There are many cheap (or Free) ways to improve IT security, and just following these 5 pieces of advice is sure to help you keep attackers at bay.
In a recent post we discussed some of the best ways to keep passwords protected. We mentioned the use of password managers to keep everything organized, and using 2FA (Two factor authentication) to add extra security. But do you really need two additional tools to worry about when securing an IT network?
The Benefits of a Password Manager
One of the oldest pieces of password management wisdom is to use unique passwords and make different passwords for every site.
With high-profile data breaches making headlines, businesses are increasingly concerned about keeping their sensitive information safe. But the biggest risk factors of a data breach may be coming from inside your own company. Las Vegas managed IT service providers recommend breaking these bad habits in order to keep sensitive information safe.