cybersecurity, Digital, Tech

Main reasons to watch our on-demand webinar: Building a Culture of Security versus The Department of NO

The Critical Importance Of A Strong Security Culture

There is a direct correlation between the culture of security of an organization and its ability to protect information, data, and employee privacy. 

The most important element in any company’s security strategy should be their own sense of identity as it relates back to protecting these assets with integrity at all times through every means available. 

A culture of security is what brings an organization together, with shared values that carry through every facet of its operations.

Thus, it is critical to define your security program’s objectives and figure out how to integrate the security department into the company as an asset rather than an obstacle.

Companies are starting to realize that there is more than one way of doing things. They’re moving away from tactical, episodic approaches and recognizing the importance for an effective company-wide security culture which requires strategic long term planning with communication being the keystone in this endeavor.

It’s disheartening, though, that there are still plenty of organizations that don’t get it. This is especially alarming given the uptick in cybersecurity attacks we’re seeing.

To help in this, we are hosting a new webinar, ‘ Building a Culture of Security versus The Department of NO.’ In this webinar, we will analyze different approaches to creating a safe and resilient program that aims to drive the business and improve time to market. Therefore, the webinar will assist your team in becoming an excellent YES division, and that’s not all.

After learning how to build an efficient security strategy and program, there will be no more department of NO in your company. Instead, you will have access to the most up-to-date information on security and compliance and tools for communicating this message to your staff. We work as one unit because we have common objectives, which helps us succeed tremendously in our organization.

What will you learn from the webinar?

Since conventional security measures don’t appear to be working, we need to implement some transformation immediately. Still, we need to know how to get there before implementing any radical change. Integrating your security program into your business plan will yield the best outcomes. As a result, in this webinar, you’ll learn the fundamentals of developing a security plan that serves your company’s needs.

Why is it imperative to adopt a culture of security?

In addition to being a method, a secure culture is a way of life. If you include it into your routine of thinking and making choices, you can create a nearly impossible system to breach. However, without proper security measures in place, your business may be vulnerable to breaches that you cannot afford to fix.

The benefits of implementing a culture of security

  • Staff members are actively involved with and accountable for security matters;
  • Compliance with safety and security protocols improves;
  • Due to increased security awareness on the part of the staff, the likelihood of security incidents and breaches is decreased;
  • Employees are more likely to recognize and report suspicious actions or behaviors;
  • The morale and productivity of employees are both boosted;
  • Increased safety is achieved without requiring a significant increase in budget.

Security is not a one man job, it’s an entire culture. you should make sure everyone on your team understands the need to preserve a security culture that places a premium on the safety of its members—no more department of NO. Instead, we should strive for the same goals as a group, benefiting the business and each employee.

So, if you would like to learn more about developing the right culture of security for your organization, you can watch our on-demand webinar by filling in the form here.

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