Policy Preparations & Training

It is said that “security is a journey and not a destination.” Because new vulnerabilities, risks, and hacks arise on a regular basis, new technological developments require continuous updating of security awareness and training guidelines.

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We apply the science of learning to create innovative solutions to improve employee education outcomes in an organization. Our training program helps employees learn specific knowledge or skills to improve performance with the regulations, rules and cyber security policies. How do you ensure compliance with laws and regulations?

  • Employee training
  • Recovery planning

How To Ensure Compliance In The Workplace:

1.Documenting policies and procedures is key.
2.Consistently apply your policies and procedures.
3.Remove barriers to compliance.
4.Reinforce with training.
5.Stay current with ever-changing laws and regulations.
6.Make sure all employees are following procedures.
7.Schedule compliance audits & assessments regularly.

In our ongoing cybersecurity hygiene and polices development program, we focus on employee growth and future performance, with an immediate job role update training to consistently update employees with the latest security vulnerabilities. Improve a cybersecurity training program using the NIST, CUI, as well as CMMC framework.

Develop and Publish a Vulnerability Disclosure Policy: This policy training are designed to help IT staff and guide employees toward understanding and adhering to best security practices that are relevant to their job responsibilities. 

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Why? Employees can be the first and last line of defense against cyber threats. Everyone should be in the know with good cybersecurity practices. Employees make mistakes. As business owners, you have a legal responsibility to keep your business and customer information safe. That’s why having a cyber security training program is vital.  Cybersecurity is a public good that is strongest when the employee is given the ability to contribute. (Federal agencies are required to comply with DHS-developed directives.)

Summary: A security policy is only as valuable as the knowledge and efforts of those who adhere to it, whether IT staff or regular users. Understanding the importance of computer and network security and building accountability for these concepts are critical for achieving organizational goals. With this in mind, establishing principles for security awareness and conducting subjective security training are integral endeavors for any business regardless of size. Security awareness ensures that users are familiar with potential threat mechanisms, while training teaches them the strategies they must employ to prevent or respond to these threats.

Appropriate security/IT staff should be identified and tasked with developing, maintaining, and updating security programs for users. Management must enforce the required behaviors mandated by these programs.

A meaningful security awareness and training program explains areas of caution, identifies appropriate security policies and procedures that need to be followed, and discusses any sanctions that might be imposed due to lack of compliance. Accountability originates from a well-informed, well-trained workforce.

The purpose of this policy is to describe the necessary requirements for users to receive contextual security training that relates to the scope of their duties and responsibilities. This policy contains tips for IT staff on creating the related programs and instructions for users on how to adhere to them.

Those designing these programs should remain focused on the fact that the overall purpose of security training is to help make users aware of actions they can take to keep information safe, such as correct password usage, using security software to block viruses and spam, repelling social engineering attacks, backing up data, and setting appropriate channels to report suspected incidents or violations. Contact SecureDAM™

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