Risk Management

By: InfoSecurityLab

From viewpoint of information security awareness, each oraganization need their own information security strategy.

And now, it is not only the latest tools or technology. Organization need to understand what exactly they need to protect and why. Risk management is the process of measuring, or assessing risk and developing strategies to manage it. Strategies include transferring the risk to another party, avoiding the risk, reducing the negative effect of the risk, and accepting some or all of the consequences of a particular risk.

1.step Risk assessment

In this step really helps special tests with questions to wich you need answer and in the end from your answers are calculate the biggest your system threats. It is quite difiicult and full-time process, so some companies, for example InfoSecurityLab , offer to do this job instead you.

2.step Security policy

After this calculation you know about the biggest threats and then come another very important task - to draw up your own security policy. Security policy is the set of laws, rules, and practices that regulate how an organization manages, protects, and distributes sensitive information. And also this calculation and draw up policy can help special information security awareness companies!

3. step Introduction in life

This step probably often is the hardest one, because it is really important that everyone in there daily work life notice these laws, which are write in security policy! Only work together is possibility reduce all risk to minimum. In this step really numerous role play company manager - he can with various bonus systems and interesting training work (here can also help special information security awarenesscompanies) encourage workers establish security policy in life.Only 3 basic steps and your company's information will be located in much safer information system and also in other companies eye's yours look more loyal.

Article source infosecuritylab

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