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Old 2nd May 2017, 11:15 AM   #1
AngelBiz
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Default 5 Ways You Can Make Your Small Business More Secure

With so much to do and so little time, it can be hard to make security a priority for your Small and Medium Enterprise (SME). But, ignoring this can be a big mistake for any business. With the number of hacking incidents on the rise worldwide even a small mistake can lead to dire consequences and big monetary loss. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to secure your business in both physical and digital world. Below we outline 5 ways to do just that.

1. Disable admin rights

In a small enterprise, itís likely that you (and the few employees or partners you have working with you) all have equal admin rights for accessing important files, folders and even entire management systems. While this is likely to work well in the early days, a growing SME should start gradually filtering admin rights so that only a select few have unfettered access to everything. This is particularly true if some staff are only performing specific tasks rather than doing a little bit of everything, as thereís no need to risk the consequence of someone abusing their admin rights. Restrict the most confidential information and the highest level of power to those who really need it.

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