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Just because your business is a startup or small business doesn’t mean it can’t be an attractive target for thieves. Be it, hackers or phishers, protecting your business against them should be among your priority. Create a culture of safety from the beginning to accelerate the growth of your business.

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Slide 1 - Security Guide: Keeping Your Small Business Safe Taking Responsibility For Keeping Your Employees And Customers Safe Is Something That Can Go A Long Way. After All, Winning And Keeping The Trust Of Your Customers Is What Matters The Most. To Protect Everything, You Have Built To Date, Pay Attention To Both Digital And Physical Assets. Here Is A Brief Guide That Covers Both Of These Important Aspects In General
Slide 2 - How To Protect The Physical Assets? Install Security Surveillance Cameras Install A Monitored Alarm System Upgrade The Door Security Familiarize With Local Law Enforcement Limit Employee Access Review Your Hiring Practices
Slide 3 - Install Security Surveillance Cameras Security Camera Surveillance is an excellent deterrent for criminals Adding a variety of cameras at different locations is essential to get a view at every angle Make sure some of the cameras are hidden from plain sight Doorways, parking lots, and windows are some of the most vulnerable spots Invest in high-definition cameras with efficient night vision recording features Add adequate lighting around your commercial building
Slide 4 - Upgrade The Door Security The best time to think about your business security is when you hunt for the building location One must prefer neighborhoods with minimum crime rates But if you are too late for that, beef up the front and back doors alike A vast majority of commercial building break-ins are through the front doors and building windows The deadbolts are the most secure type of locks Invest in access control systems to protect your business
Slide 5 - Limit Employee Access Although employees are the backbone of the company it is crucial to limit their access where necessary If an employee doesn’t need really access to records of a sensitive nature don’t make them available When it comes to keys, only give copies of keys to the people who absolutely need them Keep track of employees who have access to your digital and physical spaces at all times of the year It not only keeps everyone safe, but it also creates a culture where everyone takes responsibility
Slide 6 - How To Protect Your Digital Assets? Secure Your Server Hire Cybersecurity Experts Keep A Check on Email Boxes
Slide 7 - Keep A Check On Email Boxes Make sure the emails are scanned for potential viruses and threats. Educate your employees on common phishing tactics. Pairing up real-time remote video monitoring and the security guard services policy can toughen up The walls of your business against intruders, hackers, And pretty much anyone with malicious intentions
Slide 8 - Hire Cybersecurity Experts If you have not a designated IT expert in your workforce it is best to take one on-board Consider security as a long-term investment When working with a cybersecurity company is not an option keep up with virus protection software