Believe it or not, the biggest general security risk in using Bookem is you and your team. Here are a few things you need to do to protect your business data against unauthorised access, and ensure that client data doesn't get in the hands of people that aren’t supposed to have it.
Always invite each team member to Bookem with their own email address, and let them choose their own password. Booking, invoice and other changes are logged against the person who is logged in.
What could happen if you don't:
Your password is only for you to know.
What could happen: Same as above
You should not give access to other team members to any email address that is used to log in with.
What could happen: someone that has access to your email that you log in with can request to reset your password without your consent and make changes that will be logged under your name. When you log in you'll have to change your own password and probably blame Bookem or yourself for a glitch, namely that your password doesn't work anymore and now you had to go and reset it...
You should not log in to your account on someone else's device and allow your password to be saved. If you do use someone else's computer:
What could happen: when the person who's device you were using sees you're still logged in, they could snoop through or steal your client data, for example, or make changes to financial records.