How to Keep your Data Safe, when you are Working from Home

Safety was always the number one priority in everyone’s life. The IT sphere can’t be an exception, especially in today’s danger in the network. However, security and safety were provided to us at offices, and we got used to it. 


That’s why now when a lot of us are working from home, we need to think about how to provide it by ourselves to the home data. Answers to all these questions in this ChallengeSoft Blog Article.

Why it's Important to Safe your Data

Well, shortly saying, not even considering your data to be saved might cost you a lot in the future. And we aren’t threading. We just want you to be careful and just keep yourself in safety. 


The Internet is everywhere. It stuck in our life and stick to our hands. It’s weird, but we already have a generation of young adults that have never lived without the online mode.


Part of the threat involuntarily comes from your employees – and perhaps even from yourself. A significant proportion of cyber-violations – as much as 30 percent – are caused by “negligence or errors” caused by individuals who do not respond responsibly or follow procedures.


Moreover, the problem could be physically and hit you in reality. Some new devices can cause serious damage to the real world. The issues that once threatened become bigger – physically dangerous for both people and property.


There was a new product that was open to everyone new, but also new. A new connected device was proposed in the workplace, which is a new link in the IT chain. With the Inca Internet, look to us, what are the new cases, and what do managers need to do to be prepared?

4 Tips for your Security Online

Upgrade your Firewalls and Antiviruses

Firewalls and antivirus software are a good foundation for building your network security. Getting such “walls” as virtual protection allows you to choose between blocking and not blocking any traffic. 


Although we know that this process can be sure of its capabilities, still check for cybersecurity infrastructure updates after the release of the new version, you need to clarify before the appearance of malware. If you do, use automatic software updates and pay for late-night updates when you’re not using your computer.

Let’s talk more about Passwords

The talk about the passwords is never enough. Get the number of entries in your passwords, whether they leave stickers, an Excel spreadsheet, or additional notes on your phones. Write down the password at any time when it is sensitive to be found by hackers. If you have too many passwords to save memory, find a secure password storage program.


You can create passwords by storing password data. Continue phrases that choose meaningful phrases that you can remember by creating the first letter of each word with a password. Also, install two-factor authentication on your own devices, if possible, you will see that an efficient method has been widely achieved.

Try Role-Based Security

Implementing role-based security in your company has limited the number of people who have access to sensitive files that hackers can use. In order to minimize different vectors or year data, determine what different security guards protect, based on the time you need to use them to secure your job.


Role security also prevents employees with bad ideas from getting available information about what they need to do but don’t need to see.

Do some Events for Employees

You can be the safest company in the world, and your employees can still make it ineffective with bad Internet practices. Employees of your company are its greatest asset and, unfortunately, they are also important activities.


With cybersecurity training for your company, you can teach everyone about best practices on the Internet, from ways to detect spam emails to tips for creating secure passwords. Good cybersecurity training minimizes the risk of other network security protocols failing.


In addition, it reduces the likelihood that your employees will be the victim of a cyberattack by opening spam or going to websites infected with malware. Establishing basic cybersecurity practices and policies helps everyone understand how to behave online.

What to Do Specific by Working from Home for the Security Online

Be 100% Sure in What you Open

This is (unfortunately) a golden time for cybercriminals. There is a good chance that they will overcome our fears and use phishing strategies by deceiving you by clicking on links that install software of choice software or other malicious software into your systems. Using medical information, reimbursement for canceled events, or other alerts, these criminals will work to install their malware where possible. 


Take the time to review email addresses to make sure they are coming from a trusted source. Make sure you carefully review any links to the website before clicking and do not open the program unless you are sure.

Remember About the Backups

Check when your devices were last backed up. Make sure you can access your data backup so you know you can restore your data as needed. Now is not the time to want to know the project files you’ve been working on all last week, that you accidentally searched for, didn’t back up. Make a commitment and just make sure your data is safe.


Now that you are sitting at home, not in the office, make sure that your cybersecurity and backup services on your home devices are properly performed and working properly. Don’t be afraid to ask the IT department to check the health of your home system (especially if it was issued to you at work). Even those of you who work in your own device’s connection environment should check that data protection and security services are working.

Get Friendly with IT Crew

Your IT teams probably work overtime to keep networks and data running, so pay attention to any messages they post on your internal webpage or distribute via email. They will allow you to familiarize yourself with the situation and will lead the need if some services require service. Of course, you still need to subscribe to the same diligence I mentioned at the beginning to confirm that IT notes are legitimate.


It is always important to save your data while working from home. Now, like any other time, remember to be diligent and careful.