Brother many congrats on the new purchase!
So since you are new to 2 wheelers, first and foremost important thing is your own safety! Remember, car is 4 wheeled, it can turn faster, brake harder and you are in a safe cage inside... But for motorbikes you need to be very very carefull!
Those people who have used bicycles on roads a lot in child hood usually drive motorbikes very well.. as riding a bicycle, you are the weakest, slowest and most prone to be runover on the road So people develop very nice understanding of keeping your own lane and checking whose coming from behind before any move or lane change..! Now same goes for motorbikes!
Passive safety: Prevents you after the crash
1) Purchase a helmet! (Compulsory)
2) Use nice protective gloves!
3) Advised is also a leather jacket or any jacket that can support your skeletal system at event of a crash!
4) Knee caps, elbow caps are again expensive but provide quality protection to most vulnerable body parts.
Active safety: Prevents a crash
1) Back view mirrors - Put on if you dont have, and learn to use them perfectly! Learn about whats a "Blind spot" of a rear view mirror! Develop a habit of taking a few seconds to adjust them properly before you take your bike out for a ride! These are THE MOST IMPORTANT active safety parts of your bike, so these are Compulsory!
2) Use indicators whenever you decide to change a lane! Match speed of the other next lane! Do not swerve your bike abrupty.. even to avoid a pot hole on road! Abrupty braking, or swerving can cause someone to hit you from behind!
3) Invest on your brakes and rubber! Get best of these, never compromise!
4) Keep all the bike running in best nick! mechanically and electronically sound!
RUNING PHASE (BREAK-IN PERIOD)
1) The purpose is to not to put extra load on the little engine during its initial few KMs... So drive soft and slow during this phase. Max. speed allowed is 40-50 Km/Hr in the top gear, for the first 1000KMs of your ride..! Avoid pillion riding if its not necesary! Don't Rev hard, shift gears up at moderate intervals.
2) Change your first engine oil early - at 300 KMs only. 2nd oil change at 1000KMs when the runing is over! And now with a fresh oil, and riding slow for 1000KMs, you can try speeding on your bike to have the thrill! After running phase, change every oil at 1000KMs interval sharp.
3) Always use the suggested viscosity oil for your bike, check your user manual for that. Don't rely on mechanics... Car mechanics are illeterate and bad, you know that! But bike mechanics are even worse! so know your machine!
4) Get her tuned at least after each 1500KMs, or 1000KMs.
5) Keep the air pressure in tires as suggested, check your chain cover for a sticker which has suggested tire pressure for various load levels.
Invest in some good quality wax( a.k.a. polish in local terms)
Get turtle wax for her or better if you can afford, keep her nice and clean... follow this thread for more details: "Bike care and detailing"
+ a simple china wirelock is enough for its safety, its a new model and its demand is low and hence unlikely to be stolen or snatcehed, however keep her safe in home until you get no. plates.