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Tips for Security on Data Privacy Day

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January 28th is Data Privacy Day, an international event focused on educating the public about information security and personal data privacy. With hacks and security breaches making headlines every week (see the massive Target breach), keeping your digital information safe is more vital than ever. Here are some quick tips to help you secure your data from prying eyes, and a quick overview of how Green House Data technicians approach cloud security.

Green House Data takes advantage of modern security tools and repeating procedures to perform constant security checks. Real-time internet traffic monitoring, firewalls, SSL authentication, antivirus tools, and regular patches and updates keep our environments secure. That means the removal of malware in real time, protecting against known vulnerabilities, stopping botnet attacks, and more.

For your personal data, take a look at our five quick tips in this personal data security graphic (click to view full size):

Tips for Security on Data Privacy Day

Posted By: Joe Kozlowicz

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