Creating an information security policy is an essential part of rolling-out a security program. Unfortunately, creating a clear, comprehensive and actionable policy can be a serious struggle, especially for larger organisations.
In a fast-paced world, traditional security training techniques can quickly become outdated. Seminars, workshops and lengthy training courses are struggling to engage developers.
Security awareness, staff training and policy development all play a crucial role in protecting your organisation from security risks – but in order to see real benefits from your actions, your organisation needs to develop a secure culture.
Phishing is a big problem for organisations, for two simple reasons: it's easy to do, and it works. It's relatively easy for hackers to send hundreds of thousands of emails, to employees at hundreds of organisations.
Information security breaches are an unfortunate fact of life. As long as an organisation handles sensitive information, there exists the possibility of a data breach – and even top-tier security systems are fallible.