10 points to consider when thinking about your company’s IT Security

"The human element is the most common vector for an attacker, an educated or trained end-user is an asset to any organisation when he or she takes proactive steps to alert security personnel." (Hummel.R, 2017)

Lewis Stewart continues the Forfusion series with a pragmatic look at people and security. Last week Sean Ball provided an insight into a company which is well prepared for GDPR compliance. This week Lewis provides 10 points to consider when thinking about your company’s cyber-security hygiene. He makes an important point about common sense: "Security knowledge should not be considered common sense….”

Follow the links below to read the articles

Tags: 
IT SecurityCyber SecurityFirewall
Understanding the Human Firewall: IT SecurityGDPR Expert – The New Snake Oil Sales Man?IT Companies with Cyber Security Skills: Company Connecting Insights