Cybersecurity: Know More, Do More

Security Policy Creation

Security Policies

How We
Can Help

Many organizations and businesses have started the basic principles of cyber security in deploying the right technologies, designing the right procedures, and hiring the experienced individuals.  However, most organizations lack the fully developed policies that document those security procedures, the roles and responsibilities of the key stakeholders, and aligned the procedures to a set of security controls.

Let’s be honest, writing detail policies is not on the top over everyone’s list of things that MUST GET DONE, but to ensure that your organization is compliant you must have and maintain a series of security policies in place.

Because security matters

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Flag cybersecurity risks

You should identify the risks of misuse that your system faces. Do you have exclusive information? Does your system receive large files or attachments that may expose you to cybersecurity threats?

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There are many technologies that help us identify and counter external threats. These include antivirus software, firewalls, email filters, intrusion detection systems, etc.

Involve employees

Enabling employees to add information to what constitutes correct use of the system increases the likelihood of effective policy adoption and enforcement.

Make sure policy is legal

To protect data integrity and privacy, various jurisdictions and data retention require companies to follow minimum guidelines. This is especially important when you collect personal information from your customers. 

appropriate level of security

Too much security can be just as harmful as little or no security. Security measures ensure that intruders and malicious threats are kept at bay, but they can also reduce internal resource usage. Too much security can slow down your business.

Training employees

When training employees, discuss how this policy applies in the real world. Answer any questions they may have and define your policy as clearly as possible to eliminate ambiguity and ignorance.

everyone to sign policy

All employees are required to read, understand, and sign a cybersecurity policy document. All employees are required to re-sign the document, preferably once a year, New employees must sign a policy before they can take a position with the company.

Implementation of policy

The effectiveness of a cybersecurity policy depends on its implementation. If it’s not workable, it’s not worth having in the first place. Invest in cybersecurity enforcement tools. 

An effective way to enforce cyber security policy is to punish violations. Details of penalties for violating this policy could be immediate dismissal from working at the company.

vulnerable to data breaches.

People outside your organization will host, handle, and maintain data on your behalf. The sub-processor will have access to your sensitive information, which leaves you vulnerable to data breaches.

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Knowledge is protection

Implementing an acceptable use or cybersecurity policy is essential to managing how employees use your network. This policy regulates how employees use the network to ensure that their actions do not compromise the system. If a set of inappropriate activities is proven to violate this policy, such a policy can absolve the company from liability in the event of a security breach. It should be kept to a minimum to keep your business safe.

Our team has worked closely with organizations in a wide range of size and industry segments.  We are there to work with your team, understand and document how they currently manage the business and security functions, and then align those to the proper security control and create a coherent security policy.


One step ahead

We will help you determine the right Security Policy for your company.


building your case

We will help you build a case study to validate and estimate your ROI.


achieving your goals

We will be with you every step of the way through the process.

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A fundamental approach to effective cyber security policy is to ensure transparency, impartiality, and enforcement. 

Let all employees know that this policy is not a book of suggestions, but rather a requirement for all employees interested in continuing their employment.

Questions that may arise

Our goal is to help people in the best way possible. This is a basic principle in every case and cause for success. contact us today for a free consultation. 


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