As the dependency on digital infrastructure heightens, it’s more important than ever to make sure that your business has a secure BCP plan and an effective remote working policy with clear direction on safely protocols.
At MBC, we can help your organization update your cyber security policy and ensure that your business is protected while employees are working from home.
Some standard measures include ensuring that ALL devices have the latest updates and patches with anti-virus software and extra caution when opening emails from unknown sources or visiting suspicious websites. Stay safe with MBC’s working from home tips!
All employees should be on a work-issued device to ensure your organization is protected with your companies pushed security policies.
When a BYOD policy needs to be implemented, work protocols need to be applied. Ensure your home device has the latest updates and patches.
Employees should use complex passwords and follow MBC guidelines for secure passwords.
MFA has evolved as the single most effective control to insulate an organization against remote attacks and can prevent most threats from gaining access into your organization.
Collaborate without compromising privacy and security through Microsoft Teams which combines persistent workplace chat, video meetings, file storage and application integration.
Change your default settings and passwords in order to avoid a cyber-attack!
VPNs can help create a trusted connection between employees and their organizations
and ensure ongoing access to corporate tools. They provide additional protection
against phishing and malware attacks, the same way corporate files do in the office.
Ensure that your infrastructure is within its warranty period and prepare a plan to
upgrade before it expires. Consider migrating office apps in the cloud through Microsoft Office 365.
…and that’s what we call DELIGHTFUL IT
MBC Security Tip: Goodbye Passwords, Hello Passphrases. Strengthen your security with strong passwords that are simple to remember by using a passphrase that includes numbers and special characters like hello7dan$ingAlligat0rs. mbccs.com/it-business-so… #cybersecurity #infosec pic.twitter.com/ExdjFov1DR