Creating A Working Culture Of Computer Security (£)

This briefing is aimed at helping you to understand and cope with your cyber security issues. 

Internally within your business you should create a culture of computer cyber knowledge and understanding which will help to reduce your threat and attack levels. 

The real issue in the medium and long run is to get the staff on board and understanding the potential and current cyber issues. To do this the CEO must engage with the problems and their potential solutions and should be engaged and discussing these issues with the staff and the management. Getting staff involved and comprehending the security issues goes back to securing buildings and ensuring there is security to check entry into your offices.

First ensure that the discussions you have at a senior level include all your IT staff – brief them and take questions and ask for advice about improvements to your systems and the processes you currently use.

Second ensure you have clear information on the industry and sector breaches taking place in your areas of business and the kinds of solutions that are put forward to help protection going forward.

Third make sure you have analyses the types of breach and attacks that have already happened to your business.

Fourth in the business associations that you are involved with ask the cybersecurity questions about other breaches and offer your experience.

Staff should understand hacking threats such as phishing and social engineering, as well as being taught the importance of a strong password and good handling information technique. This should become part of an engaging communication and presentations to staff on a regular basis

The issues of cyber-security and attack are not going to reduce or go away and require like all other security prevention a lot of time and thought and cannot be left to the department with similar names and interest.

Senior Executives and Directors  must engage, learn and listen and act on the information and you must talk to, discuss with and engage with everyone in your organisation and get them involved and part of the cybersecurity process.
 

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