Writing Information Security Policy must address the mushrooming size of the physical Internet, the ever-increasing volume of data being squeezed through it, and the wider range of information security. When you say “computer security”, what comes to mind most often are external threats: hackers, malware, viruses, botnets. But when you look at computer and IT trends, new technologies — mobile devices, social networking, and the like — pose a much greater threat to the integrity of your company. What should you write in your information security policy?
The business world has always faced an unpredictable future. Business have to be prepared for anything from sudden pandemics to the rise of ecommerce, new payment trends, or the growing service economy. How Prepared is Your Business for an Unpredictable Future? Here are a few areas of business preparedness to help you get started. Continue reading How Prepared is Your Business for an Unpredictable Future?
The COVID-19 pandemic entered our lives suddenly, impacted Business Process Management, and brought with it a rapid transition to new work systems and policies. For business process management, this has required plenty of changes all at once. Continue reading How has COVID Impacted Business Process Management?
The benefits of safety measures for the long term are many? You stand to retain employees by offering a safe work environment, but you also ensure a stronger budget, fewer expenses on mitigating damages, and you actively protect your reputation in the eyes of your business partners, investors, as well as your clients. Knowing all of this, investing in safety measures in your workplace is a must in this day and age. The listed ideas can help elevate your workplace safety and allow you to focus on other business processes as well as growth. Continue reading What Are The Safety Measures in Your Workplace?
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to change the way we do things for the foreseeable future, it can be difficult to ensure a safe workplace in a post-COVID world. However, there are some tips that employees do to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and help you get things moving again as things start to slowly return to normal.
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Due to the huge losses attached to data breaches, organizations’ leaders must protect their data online. That said, every organization should review their computer security and stay safe online. Here are 10 steps leaders can take to improve Cybersecurity in their organization.
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As a business owner, you must plan for every scenario that can affect your business, including medical emergencies. Regardless of the size of your business or its industry, a well designed medical emergency policy can not only protect your employees, but also determine the success of your business.
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A disaster is any event that will significantly impact your company’s operations — and I mean Anything. Traditionally, this means a hurricane, fire, flood, or earthquake. Non-traditionally, this means a toxic waste release, computer system crash, power outage, labor strike, community illness and many others. Unfortunately, disasters happen more frequently than we would prefer. So how can you use disaster management planning to make sure you’re prepared? Continue reading What are the Steps to Disaster Management Planning?
An updated fire safety manual will be clear, easily accessible, and familiar to all employees, and it should cover the protocol for preventing fire and dealing with it in the event that a fire occurs.
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Your disaster recovery will depend on how well team members understand and have practiced their roles. The company’s Disaster Recovery Team is drawn from the company’s available personnel resources, and may include service vendors. Your Disaster Recovery Team functions as a strategic planning and tactical response unit. Team members may be assigned temporary duties, responsibilities and a level of authority beyond their normal employment classification. Continue reading Who Is on a Disaster Recovery Team?