Over the next 20 years, 3 out of every 4 homes will be broken into. And while as a property manager, you may not be responsible for replacing a tenant’s stolen belongings, you are expected to provide residents with a dwelling where they can feel safe. In fact, home security is an important factor for many when deciding on a rental property, which means investing in the safety of your residents could give you competitive advantage over other property management firms. Here’s how to do so without going broke.
According to Infosecurity Magazine, nearly 1.4 billion records were exposed in 686 breaches reported between Jan. 1 and March 31 of this year alone. If you think your property management business isn’t at risk of becoming a victim, think again. In fact, these days, it’s no longer a question of if you’ll be attacked, but when. Being proactive about cyber-security can help reduce the risk and also mitigate damages in the event of a breach. Here are a few ways you can keep your digital assets from falling into the wrong hands.