Thieves, hackers, and intruders are constant threats to businesses, making security a top priority. Any vulnerability can be exploited by someone with less than honorable intentions.
These breaches in security can be lessened by practicing some basic physical and network security protocols such as:
- Implementing a security system on the premises.
- Requiring that all employees and visitors wear badges to identify them.
- Enforcing computer security measures such as logging out of work stations when they are not in use.
- Requiring employees to use complex passwords that are not easily guessed.
- Requiring employees to frequently change passwords.
- Preventing employees from logging into personal email accounts.
- Preventing employees from accessing sites that may jeopardize the security of the network.
“Enforcing security protocols can prevent losses from thefts, burglaries, and vandalism of property.”
Enforcing security protocols can prevent losses from thefts, burglaries, and vandalism of property and can prevent network issues such as data loss and hardware/software damage. It is important to keep employees well-informed and trained on the security protocols in place to ensure they are aware of the implications of breaches. Security strategies change and evolve as new methods of attack are discovered, and all employees should be kept up-to-date on any new procedures and processes as they become available.
“JKS can help you by reviewing your network design and performance to ensure all industry best practices are met.”
These measures provide the very basic level of protection. In addition to these, it is also important to implement security measures in the case of a breach or disaster, such as backup of data and disaster recovery. If data is not backed up, it can be lost, costing companies huge amounts of money. Environmental disasters such as floods, tornados, fires, hazardous material spills, power failures, earthquakes, etc. can also put data at risk. JKS can help you by reviewing your network design and performance to ensure all industry best practices are met. Critical data can be backed up virtually in the cloud, or at our physical data center.
Protecting your company’s physical location is as vital to its success at network security. Installing security alarms, cameras, and other equipment can help prevent product loss, theft, burglary, property damage, and fraudulent personal injury claims, for example. Our security systems include closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras to monitor your location 24/7, all year long.
In addition to cameras, we can assist you with Card Access systems. These systems allow you to selectively allow or restrict access to a building or location with access cards. They also monitor entry into secured locations and automatically log all visitors.
Security systems protect far more than assets, intellectual property, and data. Protecting the inhabitants of, and visitors to, your building is paramount to your company’s success. Security systems can prevent crimes that can endanger employees, such as robberies and break-ins, and notify the proper authorities for a quick response if something does occur. Early detection warning systems can protect people in the event of a fire or natural disaster with alarm sounds as well as audible directions via a loudspeaker.
JKS has multiple options from which to choose to keep your business secure.
We analyze your risk level and help determine the proper system to protect you from threats of danger, criminal activities, and damage.