3 Essential Rules For All Cloud Applications

If you're using cloud applications while your employees are working from home, you are justified to be concerned about data privacy and security. The company hosting your data is ultimately responsible for keeping hackers out of THEIR network, but most cloud breaches are due to USER ERROR.

Here are a few things you can easily do to improve security in the cloud:

Maintain a STRONG password of at least eight (8) characters with both upper and lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols.

Don’t Forget About This Danger

The greatest threats to your company and its data come from hackers and cybercriminals. It's just as important, however, to ensure the physical security of your devices while working from home.

Implement there recommendations:

Shut down your device and store it in a secure place before leaving your home for any reason.

You’ve been HACKED! What’s the first thing you should do?

No matter how diligent you are about security, there’s always a chance you can get hacked. That’s why you need to put a plan in place NOW to protect yourself and your CLIENTS, so damage is minimized. But what should you do if you find out you’ve been hacked?

First, contact your IT department (us) IMMEDIATELY. The faster we can address the attack – and determine the extent of the data, applications, and machines compromised – the better your chances are of preventing much bigger problems.

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Improve Your Password Strategy

When in worldwide crisis like a pandemic or large-scale natural disasters, your passwords could mean the difference between spending your time re-learning how to grow your business and trying to recoup finances and private data that’s been hacked.