Let's face it, even the most security-aware employees will have a lapse every now and then. Or maybe your company security policy isn't all it can be, and your employees are doing the minimum because they don't know or don't have the inclination to practice safer security measures.
A good security audit will show that most security breaches are preventable. To prevent these breaches, companies need to develop and enforce solid security policy plans. To that end, we’ve collected the top security policies and templates from IT Business Edge's IT Downloads to give you the tools to begin on your own company policy.
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