Cyber Security Part Two: Board Member Tips for Keeping Your Community Association Safe

In part one of this two-part series, we discussed the importance of cyber security to your community association and the steps that residents can take to protect themselves and their association. In this article, we look at your board’s responsibility in preventing cyber attacks.  Many technology solutions are available today to conduct the day-to-day business of running a community association. Specialized property management software, for instance, can simplify transactions and improve communication among board members and with residents. Wireless access to cardkey data and security cameras can allow you to keep an eye on activities around your property and manage systems remotely.     Read the article………


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