Physical Security

Physical Security

Physical security is that the protection of personnel, hardware, software, networks associated information from physical actions and events that might cause serious loss or harm to you. This includes protection from fireplace, flood, natural disasters, burglary, theft, mischievousness and terrorist act.

How it affects?
  • Hardware devices and personal information theft

    If your laptop or computer is not appropriately protected, it is easier for criminals to either steal your data or infect your laptop or computer and harm it. You may have taken precautions to protect the data on your laptop: You have a firewall installed, you are updating the antivirus software regularly, securing your details with a secure password, encrypt your files, and you’re too smart to fall back on those emails that ask for your personal details. Then what is with the laptop itself? A small diversion is what it takes to make your laptop disappear. If it does, you will destroy more than one costly piece of hardware.

  • External damages

    External damages can be happened to your devices as well as the data. Fire, flood, accidental damages can be described as external threats coming to your computers as well as the information.

    How to protect your devices and data?

    • Minimize external access like doors and windows.
    • Keep locked doors and windows.
    • Never leave laptop or computer in public unattended.
    • Be prepared for fires and other emergencies.
    • Install bugler alarm.
    • Keep sensitive documents and data encrypted.
    • Set up passwords and security options to access your devices.
    • Be careful when you discard your sensitive information or storage devices.
    • Use computer locking cable to make it harder to steal.
    • Keep your devices safe if your house is at risk of natural disasters.