Prepare your publications well and vary your outputs
One simple way to make sure that your research outputs are correctly assigned to you (and to your institution) is to standardise the way in you refer to yourself and the format of your affiliation.
If you have changed your name through marriage, divorce, deedpoll or gender reassignment, you can make sure that outputs in different names are aggregated by adding the name variations to your ORCID record.
The open research movement encourages researchers to share software, data and protocols in order to increase the pace of research and make research open to as many people as possible.
Sharing the underlying data and software code used in your research publications can lead to greater transparency and should aid reproducibility. Several journals now insist that the data supporting a research article are submitted along with the article manuscript. If you deposit your data in a suitable repository you may be able to assign a DOI to the data. This can help others find and cite your research data.