Make your people aware

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Make your people aware

Properly planned and executed staff education makes employees more responsible and reaps tangible business benefits. Paul Hansford reports

The concept of a “security-aware culture” has been around for some time, and many organisations believe they have it. But often all they really do is inform, and issue edicts about security and company policy. That’s fine as far as it goes, but simply informing staff often fails to improve ...

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