Important information about cybercrime
Griffid has briefly advised employees about potential threats such as cyber crime on Griffid systems.

Where Griffid is responsible for systems, actions are taken immediately and implemented according to plan.

Should there be a possible threat, we will immediately report and, if necessary, we will report a report on cybercrime. The remote activity policy has been modified, a minor change is: Employees may only make a connection with the permission of the security officer.
There is a specific check and risk analysis before access is made.
The disadvantage of this is that work outside office hours is slightly delayed.

The following measures can be taken if you maintain systems yourself:

1- Only use Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Server 2008 R2, Server 2012, Server 2012 R2, Server 2016 systems connected to the Internet. If you are still using Windows XP, 7, 8 or Server 2003, it is advisable to contact our sales system for system renewal.

2- Make sure all Windows Updates are updated, especially the latest security update in May and June are very important.

3- Always use Windows Firewall and Windows Defender

If you are using antivirus software, make sure that only necessary folders are excluded or otherwise scanned.

4- Avoid unnecessary sharing of files and if files are shared through a share, make sure they are secure. Preferably, on the network interface, only the IPv4 protocol is enabled, so Microsoft's file and printer sharing is disabled.

5- Create automated data backup and keep it in a safe location. Of course, you can not take large disks on which video data is backed up.
The database, configuration data and license must be backed up at least daily, Griffid has a facility.

If you have specific questions and are there a service agreement, you can ask them at: securityofficer@griffid.com