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What are Security Policies

With all the important networking and data sharing that goes into running a big corporation, IT governance procedures are a must. Security policies and procedures are one of the best ways to consistently apply your business’ best practices. By making sure everyone knows the rules of accessing your network, you are becoming your number one cybersecurity advocate.

Don’t worry too much about the creation of your IT system security policies. By using Klik Solutions’ managed IT services and IT security services we can help you create and implement your policies today!

Types of Policies and Procedures

You may be wondering what an information security policy is, or how many different elements go into the process of making effective network rules. The definition of an information security policy is a set of guidelines that imply how your organization’s IT assets can be used. For your convenience, we’ve listed the different types of network protocols that are sure to increase the level of your cybersecurity.

Hardware Maintenance Plans
When maintaining hardware from any distributor, it is vital to create a maintenance contract with them directly. Because you don’t want to be alone when your servers, switches, or support technologies go downhill. A Hardware Maintenance Plan will ensure that you always have quick solutions when the time comes.

System Utilization Procedures
By implementing system use protocols, your staff will always have an understanding of how your infrastructure is supposed to be used. Here are some examples of these types of procedures:

Corporal equipment protection.
Rules for system utilization during business hours.
Afterhour use of your system, if permitted.
Email Utilization Protocols
Examples of email procedure uses include:

Forbid personal email use for business topics.
Avoid phishing scams by foreboding your staff to open unfamiliar email addresses or links on company hardware/software.
Ban personal password handouts.
Alert your employees about business email monitoring.
Limit excess personal use on organization email accounts

Internet Utilization Policies
Only allow internet utilization for business purposes.
Alert your staff of internet use monitoring.
Disallow workers from sketchy source downloads.
Ban access to sites that could be construed as offensive in any respect.
Notify your employees that violations could result in employment termination.

Remote Access Procedures

External access requires authorization.
Establish safe practices  for company laptops and other technology.
Let your staff know they must report security breaches, data leakages, or unwarranted access.
Make sure your employees are in agreement with your remote monitoring protocols.
Implement safety procedures like password privacy, third-party system use, and always disconnecting from unauthorized networks when using company software.
Notify your staff about their responsibility for external access costs.

Insurance
While these procedures will keep your system safe, to an extent, it is still important to secure insurance for cybersecurity and hardware protection purposes. No matter how much protection you have, no one is ever truly safe from a hack attack. Luckily, insurance can help you avoid the full extent of hacker damages.

At Klik Solutions, we know how hard it can be to create and implement protocols for technology and network safety purposes. That’s why we’re here to help you secure every aspect of your network at any time.

A post by Kidal D. (5422 Posts)

Kidal D. is author at LeraBlog. The author's views are entirely their own and may not reflect the views and opinions of LeraBlog staff.

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