In today’s technology environment, cyber threats, new business applications and technologies, and an increasingly younger workforce have altered the focus of security budgets. Now, instead of breach prevention, the emphasis has been put on detection and response. These factors have prompted companies to reevaluate their security policy, and you should too.
Does your security policy align with those of your vendors? The security policies of your business’s partners and vendors reflects on your own, and Gartner, a technology research firm, says 50% of organizations in supply chain partnerships will utilize their counterpart’s policy to assess the risks of continuing doing business.
The rules still apply – sharing processes with stakeholders, using layman’s language, avoiding growth-limiting policies, and ensuring your processes are pragmatic should all be incorporated when writing security policy. Here are five motives from CSO Online to reexamine your security policies HERE.