This month we’ve decked out our premises with Halloween decorations as a reminder of how to avoid becoming a technology horror story.
Sian Ineson, Managing Director and Head of Support Services said:
“We’ve seen so many examples around the world of people in businesses clicking on links or taking process shortcuts and landing in a data breach or cyber-attack. Since employees are the most important asset in data hack prevention, we’re conducting in-depth training this month.”
The training will focus on three key pillars, including:
- Availability – ensuring all authorised parties are able to access the information and systems they need to do their jobs, and that information is recoverable in the event of a disruption
- Confidentiality – protecting information from disclosure to unauthorised parties, whether internal or external, intentional or unintentional
- Integrity – protecting information from unauthorised modification or deletion, whether internal or external, intentional or unintentional, to ensure it is accurate and complete
Our people will be learning how to identify and avoid risks, understand why and how CFMG classifies, handles and disposes of information, and how important it is to follow information security policies such as password practices.
“Not only will this training help us to reduce the risk of a data breach or less, it’ll help us improve overall efficiency and help us to deliver even more for our wonderful clients,” said Sian.