Security Practitioners recognises the real challenges posed by today’s global supply chains.
Larger businesses are highly complex, have many suppliers and other business relationships, and, although they can give responsibility to contractors, they retain accountability if an information security breach takes place.
Smaller businesses are less complex, but have fewer resources, and need to be able to give confidence to their customers that they will perform as required and not bring security weaknesses.
Security Practitioners sees its role as continuing to reduce supply chain risks for small, intermediate and large businesses, so that customer confidence is improved and companies meet their obligations for due care of information assets.
Of course, there is a whole range of information security issues facing these organisations. And, sadly, these frequently find their way into the public arena when things go wrong.
Some might think that the specialist nature of IT security and the associated technology, along with rapid advances in computers and online communication, are the major barriers to effective security measures.
However, we know that there are much more fundamental issues. Organisations need to have appropriate processes and procedures that all employees have bought into, and an employee culture where everyone is comfortable and keen to point out when they think something is not working as well as it should.
We are here to help organisations achieve this.
Security Practitioners is not just in the business of coming up with proposals and walking away. Where an organisation is happy to undertake the implementation, we are happy too. However, where a business needs more support, we see making the strategy a reality as our top priority.
Security Practitioners recognises the real challenges.
Security Practitioners offers organisations a number of modular information security awareness programmes. They can choose from these services, as and when they are needed, to tie in with specific organisational priorities, developments and events. On-line services can be used as standalone modules or in conjunction with change management components.
Some clients need a more tailored information change management programme. We work on-site to capture and link business and information security drivers; maximise employee awareness, understanding and commitment; and minimise risk.
There has been a lot of interest in our awareness programmes aimed at increasing senior management’s understanding of information security.
Sometimes organisations reach a point when they know they are going to have to do things very differently in order to achieve desired outcomes.
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