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5 Tips To Enhance The Security Of Your Online Business

Successful online businesses have to take up a lot of challenges. One of these challenges is the security of the business. Regardless of the size of your business, there are innumerous threats to your business from the internet. Thus, the security of your online business is essential.

Concerned about the security of your online business? We are here to help you with these 5 steps that you can take to enhance the security of your online business from possible threats.

#1. Use Secure Networks

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We know it’s quite tempting to use free Wi-Fi networks in local coffee shops where you can complete your office work but have you ever thought about the risks free and open networks can impose on your system? If not, it’s time to get concerned! 

Whether your business is big or small, there are hackers out there ready to break your security system and cause severe damage to your business. 

To make sure that you are safe from this threat, use only a secure and private network for completing any of your business-related tasks.

#2. Take Your Passwords Seriously

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Keeping short and easy-to-remember passwords would have been a great idea if we weren’t living in the age of technology. Today, it’s quite an easy job to know a person’s date of birth, Spouse’s name, and other details that you might have kept as your passwords on various sites. 

Also, it’s not a smart plan to keep your passwords too easy, thinking that hackers might not use them while trying to hack into your site. 

So, to keep your online business secure, make sure to use a strong password. Also, don’t forget to change it often. 

To be more secure, consider opting for a multifactor authentication that uses more than one password to log in.

#3. Monitor Personal Devices Used By Employees

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There are chances that your employees might be using their personal devices for doing the tasks assigned to them in the office. That’s not insecure at all if they use that device solely for the office. But, if the case is anyway different, it’s a red signal!

Personal devices are often not as secure as devices used in a business system need to be. This increases the chances of data breaches and can cause severe damage to the security of your business. 

To tackle this problem consider implementing policies that grant your network administrator access to install automatic security updates, monitoring software, and routine password changes. 

#4. Dispose Data Safely

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Undoubtedly, outdated devices need to be changed, but have you ever cared about the data these old devices might be holding in themselves? 

This much data can be used as a weapon by your competitors. Many times old devices contain such sensitive information regarding the business that even the thought of a data breach might give you chills. Sounds scary? The only solution is the safe disposal of outdated devices.

By safe disposal, we mean the complete destruction of all files in the hard drive of the computer. We never know how and where an old computer might be employed by someone else. That’s why it is smart to destroy all your data before replacing an old device.

#5. Secure Your Site

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Here comes the most basic point. The safety of the website of an online business is the most crucial factor that determines the safety of the business. 

Employ a good antivirus and monitor regularly for malware and other threats to your site. You can also take the help of a good tool to hide your site’s admin page URL. This will automatically reduce the chances of getting your business website getting hacked.


It’s the dream of many businesses out there to have a completely secure system. No matter whether your business is big or small, there are equal chances of it getting affected by threats on the internet. To save you from them, we gave you these 5 tips to enhance the security of your online business. Stay secure!

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Arundhati Sensharma