Organisational Policy

A security policy is expected to do many things. Primarily it should protect people and information, as well as set the rules for expected behaviour by users, system administrators, management and security personnel. It should also authorise relevant personnel to monitor, probe, investigate, define and authorise the consequences of violations, in addition to defining the company’s baseline stance on security. This can help minimise risk and help track compliance with appropriate regulations.

This is fine in theory, but as recent high profile cases have demonstrated, having written policies does not always mean that people follow them.

At ArmstrongAdams, we are fully versed in developing and implementing solutions that help employees understand and comply with policies - and ensure that risks are mitigated and business value enhanced.

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