Secure Start Up Systems

Secure start-up systems are security features that prevent unauthorized software from controlling your computer during boot. These security features are available corporate formalities on most modern PCs and Laptops. They are a part of UEFI Technology (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface).

Encryption, code signing and code signing

It is important to develop your website, app or software in a safe manner if you want to protect your startup from malicious hacker attacks. This means ensuring that the code on which your products are based is developed, tested and thoroughly checked to ensure it doesn’t contain any vulnerabilities or flaws.

Employee Agreements

As your business grows, it’s important that you develop clear employment contracts and offer-letters to protect yourself from legal issues that can arise when you hire new employees. It is important that your employees understand the expectations you have for them, especially in terms of protecting your company’s data and information.

Disabling Secure Boot

Many devices (including those that run Windows 10) have a built in system that allows the firmware configuration to disable Secure Boot. This is done using a hotkey or a firmware setup utility.

Startup Security Utilities

If your Mac has the Apple T2 Security Chip, you can use a feature in Startup Security Utility to make sure your Mac always starts up from your designated startup disk, and always from a legitimate, trusted operating system. This includes setting a password for the firmware to prevent anyone from starting up your Mac from removable media or external devices, and controlling if your Mac can boot off network volumes.