An effective IT security program relies on a multitude of factors, including well developed security frameworks, effective detection, endpoint visibility and response capability to name a few.
Often these factors can be costly, resource intensive, and time consuming to implement. But organizations that cannot commit significant resources to security can still create a successful risk management program that helps protect their assets.
The corner stone of a good security strategy is a balance of reactive and proactive approaches, applied. Achieving that requires an IT group staffed with the most suitable people for the job, and the participation of everyone across the organization. This white paper explores four ways an organization can reduce risk without the need for significant investment.
These include tips to help:
- How to hire or promote people with the right attitude and mindset towards security.
- How to add value to your organization's security strategy by gaining buy-in from your entire employee base,
- How to develop an effective IT organizational structure.
- How to apply technology strategy to security risks.