Why Physical Security Is Just As Important As Online Security For Companies
In the digital age, more and more attention is being drawn to the risk that cyber criminals pose to businesses. Criminals tend to target businesses to acquire company sensitive information, which can be held against the company, or even worse against the companies clients.
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Home Depot is just one example of a giant franchise that has been hit hard by cyber criminal activities. Of course, government organizations are in the same predicament. Such as the recent hit on Office Of Personnel Management.
The common misconception about cyber crime is that it all happens on the computer screen. But this could not be further from the truth. Think about the physical security of your servers, of computers, laptops, and smartphones – which may contain company-sensitive information…
All of this could pose a risk to your business.
Which is why it is important for any business to take its physical security into account.
Protecting Your Servers From Natural Disasters And General Cyber criminal Activity
Protecting your business assets all starts with internal security. That means your employees, customers, and cleaning staff. Each one of these individuals inadvertently poses a risk to your business. Which is why you want to make sure employees only have access to areas that they need to be in to manage their work.
A prime example of this is the server room. This typically is where the majority of your …