Be careful to do this task or your server VN will be at risk

November 30, 2017

This post shows main things compromising your server VN security that you may be forgetting. Let’s take a look!

Test your backup system

Many companies that have a server backup system in place do not test the backup process and often find out too late that the system is not working as it should be. Scheduling periodic tests for your backup system is a wise investment of time and resources that you cannot afford to skip.

To test your system, start by attempting to restore a single file to a different location. If you have an image backup system as described in the last tip, you should also test the entire system restore process to be sure it is working as expected. Your backup software may already have a testing system in place to verify your backups on a regular basis.

Utilize anti-virus protection

Are you running anti-virus software on your server in Vietnam? Many businesses start out with an anti-virus software plan on their servers and then do not renew the subscription when it comes to expire. In this case, out-of-date anti-virus software leaves your server open to spyware that can compromise system security.

Whilst anti-virus software is not a complete solution, it is a vital layer of protection that no server should be without. Ensure that you have reliable anti-virus software set up on your server and keep it up-to-date to combat the latest threats.

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Keep your server under lock and key

With all the emphasis on internal security and preventing hacker attacks, many businesses forget that they need to protect the physical server itself. So in the event of a burglary, they make it as easy to steal their server, as it is to take all the other equipment in their building.

One of the best security measures you can take to protect your server is to keep it under lock and key in a separate location in your building. A single server can be housed in a locked storage closet. Several Vietnam server plans may require a room of their own. In the event of a break-in, this extra layer of security makes it more difficult for a thief to get to your server and may deter the theft altogether. Besides, keys to the server room or storage location should be assigned only to those who need to access the server. Keeping your server isolated from regular office environment also keeps curious employees or clients away from your server and prevents inadvertent damage.