Best Practices for Protecting Your High-Sensitivity Business Location


Starting a new business or beginning at a new business location is exciting! You get to choose a whole new look and feel for your business. This is a great time, too, to talk about company security. There are many different aspects that go along with business location security, and this article will outline a few of them.

Data Security

Is your data secure? This is especially important with highly sensitive data such as customer credit card information. Make sure you know where sensitive data goes after you submit it into your business software. How does the company store and secure its data? For your own computers and networks, purchase multiple levels of security software. Very few things jeopardize a business like a data security breach. As you setup your new business, do everything in your power to make sure it is safe.


How you design your building can help deter security threats. Starting on the outside, install secure fencing around the property from a commercial fence provider like City Fence to clearly establish your property. Do not plant large shrubbery in planters around the building since this creates the perfect hiding spot for criminals. Inside, create an obvious flow of traffic so a trespasser cannot walk freely about the building without being noticed. Make sure security cameras are visible and noticeable because they often do as much good by acting as a deterrent as they do a recording device. Don’t design your building just to look nice, make sure it is secure as well.


Gone are the days of deadbolt locks and metal keys. Security technology has really advanced over the last few years and it’s important to take advantage of this. Use electric locks with keypad entry. This not only insures you against lost keys, but helps you keep track of when people come in and out of the building. Use a high tech security system as well as video surveillance.

Security Training

Your biggest line of defense against security threats is your employees. Make sure they are properly trained in data and building security. Hold regular security awareness programs so that employees know exactly what the threats are. Assign someone on each floor as the point person to approach unfamiliar people on the premises. Force employees to change their passwords regularly to reduce hacking threats. If everyone in your building is regularly concerned about security, you will significantly reduce threats.
Building and data security is an important part of your business. Do what you can to prevent security threats in order to protect your company.


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