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Webinar Wednesday – Developing good security behaviours

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Policy Theme

Ethical and secure use of emerging technologies and data

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Overview

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Chair: Steve Macmillan

Developing good security behaviours

Organisations today are facing a continual challenge to adapt and transform their business models. Constant change is a real test of people, process and technology, and exposes organisations to greater levels of IT security risk.

Having easy to understand IT policies and procedures in place helps to manage that risk.

Policy Management as a Service delivers and maintains easy to read, customisable policy content, that is mapped to recognised best practice guidance and international standards.

This content, combined with a range of key functions for user and policy management, assists organisations to develop good security behaviours that minimise IT security risk.

MD of Protocol Policy Systems, Steve Macmillan, will discuss how Policy Management as a Service provides a very efficient means to create, deliver and maintain IT Policies ideal for a business environment in constant change. Protocol Policy Systems UK is a joint venture with Socitm.

Webinar Wednesday – Developing good security behaviours event

Meet the Speakers

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Steve Macmillan

Managing Director, Protocol Policy Systems
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Event Pricing

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