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Every Employee, From Top to Bottom, Must Participate for 'Cyber-security Culture' to Work

Cyber-security involves many different technical and informational solutions that must be adopted and implemented to position an organization for the greatest chance of resiliency in a complex threat landscape.

Every Employee, From Top to Bottom, Must Participate for 'Cyber-security Culture' to Work

Technology is necessary in addressing cyber threats but it cannot work independent of complementary factors such as policy guidelines, information sharing on threats, and user awareness. Indeed, developing a cyber-security culture achieves two important objectives: 1) it intertwines security practices with business operations in order to improve an organization's security posture, and 2) it demonstrates that security is not a function relegated to an understaffed and underfunded IT department.

Establishing a cyber-security culture advocates the need that everyone – including executive leadership and management – has an equal part in cyber-security, which is essential for bolstering an organization’s resiliency.

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Technology is necessary in addressing cyber threats but it cannot work independent of complementary factors such as policy guidelines, information sharing on threats, and user awareness. Indeed, developing a cyber-security culture achieves two important objectives: 1) it intertwines security practices with business operations in order to improve an organization's security posture, and 2) it demonstrates that security is not a function relegated to an understaffed and underfunded IT department.

Establishing a cyber-security culture advocates the need that everyone – including executive leadership and management – has an equal part in cyber-security, which is essential for bolstering an organization’s resiliency.

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Every Employee, From Top to Bottom, Must Participate for 'Cyber-security Culture' to Work