How to Protect your Firm’s Valuable Information
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This short and action packed Guide arms you (as a Manager, Leader or Business Owner) with the straightforward steps you should take to make it more difficult for the bad guys to steal your valuable information. It also suggests how your employees can be more careful with your precious information and intellectual assets. It covers the following topics;
- Know Your Valuable Assets
- Leaders – Walking the Talk
- How Much Risk is Okay?
- Technology is Only Part of the Answer
- Processes, Procedures and Systems
- Engage the Human Firewall
- Measure and Improve
“This is a very thorough and useful report which is highly valuable to a senior management team.” – David Swift, CEO Paradigm Marketing
Why You Need to Protect your Firm’s Valuable Information
The latest survey on Information Security breaches makes for sobering and worrying reading. According to the 2015 Information Security Breaches Survey, 74% of Small and Medium Sized Businesses (SMEs) and 90% of Large Companies have suffered an information security breach in the past 12 months.
Counting the (Significant) Costs
Not only is the sheer number of such breaches staggering, so also are the costs. Each incident is estimated to cost SMEs somewhere between £75,000 to £311,000 whilst costing large companies between £1.46M to £3.14M. These are sums large enough to worry anyone.
These facts should have every Business Owner, Board Member and Senior Executive asking the question;
“What Can We Do to Better Protect Our Valuable Company Information?”
That’s why we’ve put together this free document.
How to Protect Your Firm’s Valuable Information Assets – A Manager’s Guide to Better Information Security
The Guide is written in non-technical business language, for business people, by a business person.
And don’t forget – that valuable information doesn’t just reside in documents and databases, it’s also inside the heads and hearts of your employees. Their tacit knowhow and knowledge may well be your most valuable intellectual property of all.