How to Protect Your Data in Your Open Source LMS

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If you are the owner of an open source LMS website, then protecting your user data and other sensitive information is the first step to be taken. Elearning security is essential in preventing the costs associated with leaked personal information, potential security risks and confidential organizational data. It is highly important to make your learners and employees feel assured that their private information shared is kept safe from the hackers, competitors or other threats.

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How to Protect Your Data in Your Open Source LMS:

How to Protect Your Data in Your Open Source LMS

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If you are the owner of an open source LMS website , then protecting your user data and other sensitive information is the first step to be taken. Elearning security is essential in preventing the costs associated with leaked personal information, potential security risks and confidential organizational data. It is highly important to make your learners and employees feel assured that their private information shared is kept safe from the hackers, competitors or other threats .

Tips to Keep Your LMS Data Safe::

Tips to Keep Your LMS Data Safe: Use a Secure Socket Layer : SSL is a standard security technology that helps to establish an encrypted connection between your site and the user. It uses an encryption algorithm, which helps to prevent data from being misused during the transit.

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Use an IP Blocker : Blockers prevent any unwanted IP addresses from accessing your data. Using an IP blocker will ensure that known virtual attackers cannot view your user data or any elearning content via your LMS application.

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Advanced Password Authentication : Whenever the user logs in to your LMS, their usernames and passwords are transmitted to the remote server as an all in one file. Online learners can make only limited attempts to access the system before the system locks them out. This helps to prevent hackers from guessing the password. Also Read: Is Open Source LMS Like Moodle the Right Choice for You

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Domain Based Registrations : Online learners will only be able to register for the LMS through domains that are specified by the admins. A combination with password protected domains can further enhance your LMS security. You can provide your online learners with the URL and also the password needed to access the site .

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Data Encryption : Your LMS should always use an Advanced Encryption standard that allows you to transmit the information from your LMS to other popular platforms or LMS vendor’s server. This will allow you to integrate the system with third party tools without compromising on your data security.

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