Everyone using IT in its many formats may be aware that their data security may be at risk. Whether you're a private PC user or an large multinational corporation you can be exposed to threats and attacks on your business. With so many of us relying heavily on IT for processing our entire operations, it can leave you vulnerable if something goes wrong - especially so if you're a small businesses for whom IT security is a matter of survival.
Since May 25th and the introduction of GDPR, there is a greater requirement to establish due diligence management of your data.
ClaudeComputing is a Hastings-based company specialising in IT Support, with training and security being a major part of Claude’s expertise.
He's compiled a helpful list of five tips to boost your IT security:
Wireless access - a Guest Network may mean that an unauthorized person can access your system.
Review Mobile Devices - is your super-fast internet running unusually slow? Check how many devices are connected.
Predators love Wi-Fi , talk with Claude about how to maintain your security.
Meanwhile, turn OFF Public Wi-Fi, some systems come with a public function which allows external individuals to ‘piggyback’ on your Wi-Fi connection, this is undesirable and although this is separate from your network, it still puts a load on the router.
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