Should you do as the client insists and omit physical security features and configure …show more content…
Adopting security best practices for brick-and-mortar and online business showcases professionalism while building consumer confidence. Implementing strong passwords, multi-step authentication and security from the cloud, can also help minimize risks to your business. Having the little green padlock in the address bar of a website, provides confidence to consumers when making online purchases.
Should you go ahead and install the extra security measures at no cost to the client, knowing you are losing money?
I would not install the extra security measures at no cost to the client. Knowing that this would cause me company to lose money, I would exhaust all possible options for the client to agree to me installing and configuring a fully secured network. This would include me talking to my company about providing the client a discount or payment plan to make it easier for the client to pay for these services.
Should you refuse to do the