eMazzanti Shares 10 Inexpensive Ways to Improve Small Business Security

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NYC area IT security consultant discusses several measures to deter both physical crime and cyber-crime to improve small business security—in a new article from eMazzanti Technologies

Improve Small Business Security
Like other businesses, criminals seek to lower their costs by going after the easiest targets, To deter them, your business just has to be more difficult to attack than another one they can hack or walk into.

A NYC area small business IT security consultant and Cloud services provider presents 10 inexpensive ways to improve small business security in a new article on the eMazzanti Technologies website. The informative article recommends that businesses check the building daily, greet every customer and visitor and install digital security cameras to deter criminals.

The author also encourages shredding important documents, creating a social media policy and regular security training for employees. Finally, after listing additional security measures, he urges business leaders to consult small business security experts for a security audit.

“Like other businesses, criminals seek to lower their costs by going after the easiest targets,” stated Jennifer Mazzanti, CEO, eMazzanti Technologies. “To deter them, your business just has to be more difficult to attack than another one they can hack or walk into.”

Below are a few excerpts from the article, “10 Inexpensive Ways to Improve Small Business Security.”

Control Access

“Limit the risk of data or equipment theft by making it harder to access sensitive information and valuable equipment. Limit access to employees that need it to perform their work. Simple things such as effective password and authentication policies, key procedures, and deadbolts on doors go a long way toward increasing security.”

Greet Every Customer and Visitor

“A security tip from retail, ‘eyes high and smile,’ reminds employees how to engage customers and office visitors. If you greet people when they walk in, they are less likely to steal from you. They know someone is paying attention and watching.”

Install Digital Security Cameras

“Installing digital security cameras is one of the easiest and most effective ways of boosting security in your business. HD Digital Cameras use existing computer network wiring or Wi-Fi for connectivity. These inexpensive, Internet Protocol (IP) cameras quickly and easily network into a single security system with DVR capabilities.”

Get Expert Help

eMazzanti Technologies reminds business leaders that the doer should never be the checker. A mistake repeated often in retail is that the same firm has been doing the security audit and deployment for a long time. Because of that, there are no new fresh ideas coming in.

The company urges small business owners to rotate some of the security vendors every few years. The small business security experts at eMazzanti can perform a security audit and walk them through numerous tools and ideas. For not a lot of money they can make it difficult for a bad person to take advantage.

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