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How to Secure an Organization Data Online
As the rate of those switching from traditional means of transacting business has been going on the increase at the same time the rate of modern threats is on the increase too. 

The modern means of transacting in the modern world is by using online means of transaction. In essence, nobody is free from an online threat in the contemporary world, even not telecommunication companies providing us data to access the internet. 
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So this article emerged to guide users, either you are the Chief Executive Office of the Organization or you are just a Junior Staff, you can implement the following means of securing the Organization data. 

No matter how secure a system or systems can be, it's always vulnerable. Have you ever wonder why iOs which is tagged the most secured OS is not able to escape the fingers of hackers? 

Making sure your Organization data's are secured online is the most important and required thing an organization should setup once they enter the online atmosphere.

The following methods are the best means of securing your system data's online

  • Use a VPN: VPN is an essential software adopted by a lot of internet users. We earlier explained what a VPN is here. Internet users make use of VPN due to the fact that the internet is becoming more insecure than it was in the early twenties.
    Many VPN with different and amazing features are available in the market that an internet user can make use of. While some use VPN to visit banned websites, others, use it to create or run multiple accounts online, stay anonymous online etc. VPN is also widely used for business and personal purposes. In here VPN is needed to ensure data being shared are not being seen (Encryption) by third parties.

  • Encrypt data: We previously mentioned, "encrypting a connection" via VPNs. Hackers all around the world love to look around for company-held data lying around unprotected. This can range from social security numbers belonging to employees to their home address and so much more. To avoid all that, businesses must enable their devices' full-disk encryption tools if they aren't already turned on. These tools keep crucial information very well-protected against malware attacks. As soon as they're enabled, an employee should also do this: set their PC to log out automatically after 5-10 minutes of not being used.
  • Educate your employees on the need for online data protection: Security needs to be a part of every business's culture. No matter if you work in a small, medium or large company, you must take every necessary precaution to ensure the safety of both you and your business. Hackers generally steal data with the unwilling help of employees. Apps and email servers are two of the ways malware can affect a device. If, for example, you notice something suspicious about one of your emails, tell your IT department about it.It's strongly recommended that you send your employees emails frequently, detailing types of cyber-attacks and how to keep them from happening. Better yet: prevent the people who work for you from using your business's Wi-Fi to open their personal emails.
  • Secure system drive: Computer systems aren't the only routes used by a hacker to do damage. Server room doors must be kept locked and closed at all times. The majority of desktops and laptops use Kensington lock ports. These exist so that your work device is tied up to your desk. To make things even more secure, use cloud computing software.
  • Get a good antivirus: Protecting your company from online dangers can also be done via strong security software. Malicious threats won't be gone if you, as a business, only use your PC's firewall. Security solutions are more than recommended for companies. The market is very well stocked with these tools, so you don't have to worry about choosing one that fits your needs. Many businesses have been targeted by cyber-attacks throughout the years. This has caused a lot of them to shut down.
Will you ever make use of any of the mentioned options ahead to secure your organization/company data online?
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