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Working Remotely? Stay Secure with These Tips!



Although pandemic has long gone, many companies stick to embracing working remotely due to its effectiveness, including us at Nexagate. What more now we are living in an era where our digital presence has become important to the point it demands for extra attention. With the ever-evolving cyber threats in the digital space, safeguarding the website is essential as it not only protects our valuable and sensitive information, but also ensures the continuity of the business.


Choose Proper Online Tool

Dear readers, in optimizing your organization's conference experience, make sure to choose an online conference tool that aligns with your needs and requirements. Additionally, make sure to log in early, test your connection and sound so the meeting can start right on time. Most important thing you must not forget is to always priorities the security of your VPN, as it promotes the confidentiality of your meetings and interactions.


Filter Your Content

As we are always reminded, note that it is important to never underestimate the danger of the internet. Remember that it is never too much to take extra precaution, as accessing wrong content can make your network vulnerable to malicious attacks from threat actors. Therefore, having a network content filtering system in place is the best solution to prevent access to risky and malicious contents. So, it is important to ensure that the website is secure so you can surf smartly.


Activate Your VPN

When working remotely, especially if you are on a public Wi-Fi, it is always best to have your VPN on as it will encrypt your connection between your device and the VPN server. This precaution helps safeguard your information as connecting to a public Wi-Fi unprotected will increase the risk for you to expose your information to the hacker.


Keep Yourself Updated

It is also important to make sure your devices and applications are always updated. Keeping your devices updated is crucial since hackers will always look for holes in operating systems and apps that will allow them to send viruses, or even install spyware in your devices.


Complicate Your Password

Lastly, please ensure to complicate your passwords. Passwords play a vital role in protecting our private information. Always make sure to avoid using basic phrases or words instead, add complexity into them by using numbers, symbols or switching out letters with numbers instead.


Combating cyber attacks is undeniably challenging and can be daunting at times, but with the provided tips, it is our goal for your experiences to become more seamless and cyber threats free!








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