How To Create a Successful Cyber-Security Policy

DP Solutions

As security breaches become the new normal, having a cyber-security policy in place for your organization becomes essential. Technology alone cannot prevent a cyber-attack; therefore, businesses need to create a culture of security among their staff. The best way to do this is with cyber-security policies: a series of rules that define what end users may or may not do with their technology. In this on-demand webinar, DP Solutions’ Senior IT Risk Advisor Ben Schmerler discusses how to develop a solid and reasonable policy for your organization. From this webinar, you will learn: What information should be covered in your policies. Special considerations such as mobile devices, social media, compliance or legal concerns. How to properly document your policies. How to determine if your employees are following the policies. Technology options to enforce the policies.
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We know that most cybersecurity advice is often overly technical and complicated, which makes it nearly impossible to follow. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Here are a few easy but impactful ways for all small businesses to protect themselves.

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Data points to the fact that companies have difficulty managing third-party open source within their software code bases, leading to compliance, IP, and security risk. These risks are often amplified in legal transactions and can impact “go”/”no go” decisions if not addressed throughout the legal process. Join Leon Schwartz, Ass
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IBM

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We know that most cybersecurity advice is often overly technical and complicated, which makes it nearly impossible to follow. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Here are a few easy but impactful ways for all small businesses to protect themselves.

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