Many IT decision makers spend a lot of time trying to protect their organizations from the newest type of scam or the newest cyber-crimes. However, it’s important to always keep the basic principles of security management in mind to make sure you, your company and your clients remain safe… and it all starts with user awareness.
Everyone in the organization should understand basic security principles that are relevant to your organization. This education should be a part of every new employee training. Acceptable Use and Incident Response guidelines are examples of some common security policy items that everyone should know their role in as they become a part of your team.
Proper communication and procedures, as it pertains to IT security, is often overlooked, but can represent a huge return in risk mitigation when properly utilized. Have you considered how you talk about IT security with your employees?