As technology grows and changes, so do the best security practices. Every day, people are discovering new ways to get around back doors and collect data that isn’t theirs for the taking. Therefore, every day we should be checking up on our security practices and staying on top of the latest tips and tricks. Here are 4 ERP security practices you should be following to keep you up-to-date.
What once made you compliant a year ago probably won’t make you compliant today. These security compliance regulations change often to stay up-to-date with the latest advances in technology, and you should too. Pay attention to the ERP security compliance regulations and make sure your company is utilizing them.
There are a reason that administrator privileges and rules exist, take advantage of them. These help to safeguard data, keep security controls in place and keep the ERP system working properly. Keep your admin rules up to date to ensure best ERP security practices.
Thankfully, ERP vendors push out security updates often to ensure that your data is protected and safeguarded. Use these ERP security updates! They aren’t being pushed out just to annoy you every time you log into the system or for fun, they exist because there is something out there that could be potentially harmful to your company. Update.
You should be monitoring your ERP daily to make sure that everything is running smoothly and no security breach has occurred. Just because it hasn’t happened yet, don’t think it can’t. Keep an eye out for tell-tale signs that something is up and then report and analyze it.
ERP security issues usually seem like a far-off, distant problem that will “never happen to us”. But it definitely can and you need to be prepared with a plan. Being proactive and checking the ERP system daily for bugs or threats is one way to ensure that you safeguard your data before disaster strikes.
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