Improving Your Cyber Defense: Building a Strong Cybersecurity Culture in Your Organization
Cybercrimes have been at an all-time high since COVID-19. The mass pivot to remote work has made networks more vulnerable to security breaches as home networks tend to be less secure. In response to the growing threat, organizations have the responsibility to prioritize and implement measures to protect the confidentiality and integrity of computer systems, networks and data.
Given what’s at stake, the best way to achieve this is by building an effective cybersecurity and data privacy culture in your organization. But what does this entail?
A culture of cybersecurity and data privacy goes beyond investing in cybersecurity technology to mitigate risks. Rather, companies need to uphold a cybersecurity culture that proactively reminds employees of their responsibility to keep the organization safe.
As employees play a critical role in maintaining the privacy and security of organizational data, they should recognize and report security threats, protect confidential information, and understand the consequences of failing to do so. HR can help create a culture of cybersecurity that is embraced and practiced by all employees. This not only helps to protect the organization from potential threats, but also creates a secure and trustworthy work environment for employees.
Join our webinar to get expert advice on how to keep your business ecosystems safe — while making sure everyone in your company is on board.
Speakers: April E. Sumabat and Christopher Paz