5 key practices to secure your internal communications

Your employees usually focus on convenience—not security—when sharing sensitive documents and information. Encryption is one answer; a collaboration platform is another.

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Are you or your staff giving out your company’s secrets without realizing it?

Most companies invest in anti-virus security software for security, but that’s often not enough when it comes to protecting your internal communications.

These days, you simply can’t treat basic antivirus software as an impenetrable wall shielding your internal communications from cybercriminals. If your company can’t afford data security risks when it comes to internal communications, follow these five essential practices:

1. Make security a top priority for everyone.

Many businesses think they are secure when all they have is an antivirus program. That can be a costly mistake.

Do you currently have:

Those are just the tip of the iceberg, yet many businesses don’t have them in use or in practice.

2. Emphasize security when colleagues are communicating.

All too often, your employees will shoot out a quick text or a short email with an internal document—thinking only about convenience, not security.

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