Best practice policy and process direct a successful security strategy. People and products help to enforce it.
Everyone can agree that having good policies is sensible. But before you can create good policy you need a plan, you need to know what direction to go in. That could be towards a standard, or to general best practice. Getting a line in the sand and establishing where you are is a great start.
Technology alone can’t guarantee safety. Your staff, and how aware of the threats you might face can be a huge asset in the fight against cyber crime. Improving staff behaviours and creating a security culture within the organisation is vital.
It’s not just general staff though, your Board, your exec team, your IT department even, all might benefit from a more tailored security awareness program.
Whilst Technology alone won’t solve all your problems, it’s a significant component of an effective information security ecosystem.
In a world where budgets are limited, and IT staff time often more so, it’s imperative that each organisation takes stock of their current situation, requirements, risk profile, headcount and funds prior to investing in technology.
Saepio recommend a methodical approach, don’t try to run before you can walk.
We have grouped the never-ending list of Security technologies into 3 distinct areas – Essential, Advanced & Production
Saepio have met the NCSC’s standards for high quality by passing an assessment to demonstrate a proven track record of delivering high quality customer service and tailored advice, to meet an organisation’s particular information security needs.
Whether you’re at the start of a security improvement drive, need direction or require specific controls, Saepio will help reach your ideal security state and importantly, maintain it ongoing.
Our response to the climate emergency is to plant over a million trees to absorb significantly more C02 than our team's carbon footprint.
This is in addition to becoming a zero carbon business