5 Security Tips to Stay Secure Both Online & Offline

Technology is evolving like grass growing on a meadow. It’s fast paced and unforgiving and if you are not updated to the latest trend, it will cost you more than just a buck. Specifically, it will decrease you’re productivity and security as well. With thousands of hackers worldwide, there’s no telling what might happen next. Whether it’ll be an online transaction or a personal meet up, it is best that you have the right tools to counter these threats. This goes especially for those people who are opening up a business.

I myself have experienced some setbacks due to the lack of knowledge of today’s greatest tools in keeping secure. Fraud, infringement, forgery, are some of the unfortunate circumstances one might find themselves in. That is why enough is enough and it is definitely time for a change. In order to make your business grow, you have to be vigilant and knowledgeable of the things that may cause your entrepreneurial investment harm.


So how do we do it? It’s simple really. You just have to follow these steps:

  1. Document Security through PDFs

Securing your documents is a necessity for your business’ security. While I was searching for a way to do it, I stumbled upon Soda PDF Editor. Soda PDF is the perfect software for securing my PDF files. If you want to make sure documents will not be altered, you can secure PDFs as well. This allows you to create a password that prevents unauthorized people from opening the file. PDF files can also save a lot of space on your hard drive since it reduces the file size of any document. While collaborating with co-workers may require you to have your document altered, you can easily use a pdf highlighter to annotate and compare the two documents.


  1. Privacy Matters

This is obvious and has been reminded by social networking sites for years but people are still doing it. Never post any personal information online especially phone numbers that are private. One wrong update may lead to information theft and breach of security and may ruin you and your business. A good tip I learned is to always avoid posting statues about where you are. For criminals, this is the perfect opportunity to for them to know when you are not home. Showing pictures and posting about how amazing your vacation is going gives the green light to anyone who wants to break into your house or office.


  1. Website Security

For individuals who already have a website, make sure that your webhost or server has a tough security feature that keeps malware, viruses and hackers at bay. It is imperative that you do this because everything that is uploaded in your website can be altered or deleted once security is breached. Make sure that you are paying for a secure web hosting service. You can use registrar and webhosting sites like https://godaddy.com or http://www.wix.com/. Both companies are very secure and provide easy to use interfaces.

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  1. Install CCTV

Lastly, if you really want to be extra safe you can install a CCTV with a large memory capacity. It helps in identifying malicious and mischievous acts and may lead you to the solving of a crime that will be committed in the future. Also it gives a fair warning to those who are planning to do something bad to your business

It might be costly at first and may sound too much, but believe me, they are all necessary for you to secure your life’s investment and make way for your success.

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4 thoughts on “5 Security Tips to Stay Secure Both Online & Offline

  1. Security cannot be highlighted enough these days. If someone tells you a secret, do you naturally beleive it? No, you check the sources – same with anything online.
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  2. In now a days we all need very tight security both offline and online its a very great post i appreciate your work

  3. i m really inspiring your post and really this thing kept confidential your views
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