Looking for way to plug some of the vulnerabilities existing within your organization’s security policies? While there is not a specific strategy that works across every single industry, company and even department, there are certain actions that can be taken to help with the gaps. We’ve put together five tips that might help plug the vulnerabilities within your policies to try to decrease the chance of a security incident existing.
Tips to Plug the Vulnerabilities in Your Policy
1. Make Security a Company-Wide Culture
Security policy isn’t just an “IT thing.” It’s a topic that spans departments and usually involves close collaboration with your IT department. Sending one memo, or having one meeting about cybersecurity risks within an organization will not “fix” a lack of a cybersecurity culture, but it is a beginning. Knowing the risks within a business structure and what departments may be affected is also crucial. (Read more...)
This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog post authored by Jacqueline von Ogden. Read the original post at: Cimcor Blog