1. Use strong passwords and two-factor authentication: Passwords are the first line of defense in protecting digital assets. Utilizing passwords and two-factor authentication can help secure accounts and prevent unauthorized access.
2. Secure your computers and mobile devices: All computers and mobile devices used to access and store digital assets must be secured with an up-to-date anti-virus/anti-malware software, firewall and a secure operating system.
3. Store backup copies of data off-site: Storing back-ups of all data (including digital assets) in separate locations both on-site and off-site (such as in the cloud) can ensure that data is secure in the event of any theft or disaster-related events.
4. Monitor all activity: Regularly monitoring all activity related to digital asset accounts can help identify suspicious activity that may indicate a breach of security.
5. Educate employees about security protocol: It is important to insure that all employees who have access to digital assets are aware of and follow proper security protocols such as password management and two-factor authentication.