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3 Security Tools Every Business Needs

One of the most important assets to a business is your data. Keeping it secure should be one of your top priorities. Therefore, if you don’t already have some security in place, there is a minimum amount you can implement right now. Here are the 3 security tools every business needs to keep it secure.

There are a number of security solutions that focus on accomplishing different goals – from preventing criminals from getting access or seeing attacks in progress and then limiting the potential damage. Since every business has specific priorities and different data to safeguard, there is no one solution that suits everyone.

Here are three security essentials that every business should have in place as a baseline of security.

1. A Firewall

A firewall is a solution that monitors the internet traffic entering and leaving your network. This will serve as a barrier between your network and the outside world. It acts as your first line of defense against a cyber attack.

2. A Password Manager

A password manager will create secure, impossible-to-guess passwords for all your accounts and applications. It also securely stores all of your login information.

This will protect you from brute force attacks, in which hackers effectively try to break into your system by guessing the password. It also prevents you from having to write down all your passwords.

3. A Virtual Private Network (VPN)

Any business that employs remote or hybrid workers should be implementing a VPN.

It implies that your staff can use your network from any location they choose to operate without fear of an intruder monitoring their internet activities.

With a VPN, your device, location, and anything you download are made fully anonymous while you browse. A VPN is necessary if you or your staff frequently use public WiFi, especially to access your network.

At the minimum, you should be implementing all of these recommendations.

The best security stacks use extra tools like antivirus software and multi-factor authentication to prevent software intrusions.

These work together to form a multi-layered security shield that can fend off attackers from a number of places.

But, it is critical that you design a security stack that is specific to your business. It might make sense to look for expert help on the matter.

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