…build a company security policy

Lewry, James
August 2008
People Management;8/21/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 17, p45
The article offers tips on building a company security policy. The whole process of setting or refreshing a security policy needs to begin at board level because security is integral to business strategy. The company must consider a risk's potential impact and likelihood. Effective two-way communication between management and staff is important to gather input that might improve the policy, to distribute the policy and to update it continually as circumstances change.


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