It is important to frequently back up your data. If there is a lesson to be learned from ransomware attacks, backing up all of your data onto an offline server can help recover lost files and save you money.
Too many privileged users with access to sensitive data can be a recipe for disaster. Instead, use the Principle of Least Privilege: assign each new account the fewest privileges possible and only escalate privileges as necessary.
Cyberspace is always changing, so keep on top of cybersecurity issues with continuous education and awareness.
The cybersecurity landscape does not just include vulnerabilities, exploits, software, and hardware, but it also includes psychological tactics such as social engineering. Be sure to maintain a healthy level of awareness and understanding of social engineering tactics to prevent becoming a victim.
Two-factor authentication is an important security standard when it comes to protecting both your work and personal accounts. It provides an additional layer of protection and requires two types of information to verify your identity such as a fingerprint and a password.