Property managers have access to their residents’ private information, including addresses, social security numbers, and banking information. It is their responsibility to safeguard this information from prying eyes.
So, how does a property manager go about doing this? Here are three tips to get you started:
1. Invest in Cyber Security
Hackers are more sophisticated and motivated than ever before. There have been numerous cases of hacking, some of which have made headlines for their severity. Hackers may target you purposely for their personal malicious intentions or anonymously for ransom and other malicious intentions. No one is safe, so be proactive and invest in a powerful cyber-security system.
It is also necessary to implement a cyber-security program for your employees. For example, consider issuing them with encrypted phones and computers and log their activities to prevent internal leaks.
2. Get an Impenetrable Safe for the Paperwork
Property management involves a lot of paperwork, and paper is just as easy to hack as a computer. As such, get a secure safe to store all your sensitive paperwork. A safe will also come in handy for storing sensitive gadgets and other valuables relevant to client privacy.
3.Enroll Your Employees in a Security Training Program
It is important to get your employees on board as they may have access to sensitive client information. Experts recommend enrolling your employees in a security and privacy training program. Note, however, that new threats are emerging every other day, so it will be necessary to keep your employees updated on the threats facing your company.
Safeguarding your residents’ private information is just as important for your company as it is for your residents. Breaking the trust would lead to a fall-out with the market and make you vulnerable to lawsuits. As such, take heed of these tips and work towards establishing a client privacy security system.
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