The security policy is a document developed by the company that records the principles of security that the company adopts and that must be followed by the employees. The security policy should be applied to all information systems, both desktop and mobile. For policy to be respected, it is essential that top managers participate in its implementation, as this will create greater employee engagement. In today’s article, we leave you some tips to create an effective information security policy!
In recent times, much has been said about the importance of data for organizations. The truth is that it is through information that companies are able to make business-friendly decisions. Due to the new general data protection law, companies have begun to pay more attention to the information they have and have finally realized that data loss can bring irremediable damage to the business. But the question still lingers: how can your company use the data in your favor? That’s what we’re going to talk about in today’s article!
GDPR came into force a year ago, and at the moment there is a general state of apathy regarding this new regulation. It easily goes unnoticed that the GDPR has emerged to boost opportunities, to review and enforce data protection policies. There has not been a very significant attention and adherence on the part of the organizations to this new legal obligation, which is a mistake, because despite the lack of interest that companies demonstrate, fines have already been imposed in Europe due to legal violations of the GDPR. In today’s article, we’ll give you 10 facts you need to know about GDPR!
It’s not just big companies that need to worry about information security. Regardless of the size of an organization, it is critical to manage the data so that it remains always protected and inviolable. Data loss and exposure can lead to a business failure, so business leaders must take the necessary steps to ensure that customer data and other stakeholders remain protected. In today’s article, we talked about the challenges of data security for small businesses!
GDPR fines are high and in case of default there is much more to lose than just money: reputation, good image with customers and trust by stakeholders is damaged and may even lead to the end of the business. Therefore, it is essential for companies to be able to protect their information at different stages of the data-processing process, and masking of data is increasingly becoming an alternative that companies use. In today’s article, let’s see how data masking can prevent GDPR fines!