Strong Passwords and Secure Networks
Video Transcribed: How can you protect your medical marijuana business from cyber security threats in Oklahoma? I am Oklahoma medical marijuana business lawyer Ope Adegbuyi.
As medical marijuana businesses in Oklahoma become more established, it’s important for owners to be aware of the cyber security threats that could compromise their operations. So here are a few tips on protecting your medical marijuana businesses from cyber security threats.
Number one is to educate employees. Make sure our employees are aware of cyber security best practices such as creating strong passwords, not opening suspicious mail, and using secure networks.
The second thing would be implementing firewalls and antivirus software. So invest in high-quality firewall and antivirus software to protect your network from malware, viruses, and other cyber threats.
The third thing would be to conduct regular backups. All backups should be conducted for all important data, including patient information, financial records, and inventory lists. Store backups in a secure offsite location.
The fourth thing would be monitor access. Monitor all access to your network and data and revoke access for employees who no longer need it or work there.
The fifth thing would be to train employees on phishing attacks. Phishing attacks are one of the most common types of cyber threats. So train them how to recognize and avoid those phishing attacks.
The sixth thing would be secure wireless networks. So make sure all wireless networks are secure and use encryption to protect all data transmitted over the network.
The last thing would be to conduct regular security audits. Regular audits regularly audit your security measures and protocols to identify vulnerabilities and address them before they can be exploited.
So if you need more information on this, you can contact me, a marijuana business law attorney in Tulsa, at Oklahoma Medical Marijuana.Attorney.