Most companies have invested massive amounts of money in ICT, security systems and movement control. Premises and employees are protected with state-of-the-art locking systems and CCTVs. Often too little attention is paid to ensure that employees understand how to treat company information and what to communicate with people outside their organisation.
Here’s some basic rules to follow:
- Work matters should be discussed only at work, not even at home with family members.
- Public places, public transport or restaurants are not good places for work discussions or phone conversations about work.
- Think about what and how you communicate, on work premises too, and remember the people within hearing range who could be customers or business partners.
- Office and meeting room sound insulation is not always enough to ensure that your message would remain entirely within the walls.
- It is important to remember that when you are on social media, in the name of your company, you are representing your employer.
Think before you act!
Human behaviour plays a central role in the information security. Personnel awareness and security culture needs to be improved continuously. We have worked closely with our clients and learned that information security training is a must when companies are building a strong security culture. Information security, or often referred to as cyber security, is strongly linked to all other areas of security, including physical security.
Information Security Online eLearning Course
According to studies employees often do not see themselves as part of the company’s information security efforts and therefore take actions that ignore company’s security interest.
Our Information Security online eLearning training course is designed for personnel to gain relevant knowledge and to develop practical skills on how to avoid information security mistakes.
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