Strengthen your IT security position with policies to protect your network, data and users

Strengthen your IT security position with policies to protect your

Policies make it easy to establish a training plan for end users and develop risk management strategies.

If ever there was a time to strengthen your IT security, it is now. With the many business shocks caused by the coronavirus, you may be feeling the effects of new and old security threats. Some cases may be unique to this particular disorder in the industry, while others may be known as cases that have been on the backburner for too long.

Whether your current policy needs updating, or you need to start from scratch, this collection of policies from TechRepublic Premium will make it easy for you to begin the security upgrade process.

There is a lot of ground to cover when you are responsible for network access, including workstations, laptops, servers, switches, routers, firewalls, mobile devices, and wireless access points. The range grows even more with the addition of remote external systems and cloud services. This policy provides you with configuration guidance, recommendations for physical and operational system security, and advice on procedures that will maintain security over time.

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A complete risk management plan has many mobile components, including users, systems, the network, data, remote storage locations and clouds. The best policy will consider all of these individual components as well as how they interact. This policy covers all the basics from establishing the policy owner and its responsibilities to creating a list of company controls to recommending a protection audit.

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Training is an integral part of every security strategy. In some cases, consumers are the weakest link in the chain. IT and HR departments must have a policy that covers security awareness and training. Managers need to consolidate these best practices and ensure that team members understand how to define and enforce the rules. This policy explains how roles will be assigned for policy development, how training programs will be developed, and examples of user-friendly security awareness. Finally, you will find ways to deliver relevant products to your employees.

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