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  • Writer's pictureKevin Harvey

A third of business owners don’t trust their staff!

Can you rely on your employees to handle confidential information responsibly?

If uncertainty lingers, the following statistic might catch you off guard: a resounding "no" is the response from a third of small and medium-sized business leaders.

Whether it's due to lax practices like Jim from accounting keeping his password on a Post-it note under his keyboard or past negative experiences, it's evident that trust alone falls short in ensuring robust data security.

We contend that the issue lies not with your employees but rather in the absence of effective training and security protocols.

So, what steps can you take to address this?

Initiating training for all staff serves as a crucial first move. This equips employees with the tools, techniques, and best practices essential for identifying potential threats and taking appropriate countermeasures.

Consider this perspective: well-trained personnel pose a diminished risk to your business's overall digital network security. They become your initial line of defence, bolstering your company's security and substantially minimizing the chances of a breach.

Following this, attention should be directed to enhancing security measures. Numerous companies admit to lacking adequate technology or checks to safeguard confidential information.

This is where our expertise comes into play. We can assist in configuring your company's system to ensure that individuals can only access data pertinent to their roles.

However, our role doesn't conclude there. We can also establish comprehensive policies concerning information sharing, access to confidential data, and protocols for when an employee departs. By doing so, we contribute to fostering a more secure working environment for everyone.

In essence, trust alone doesn't suffice in the realm of data security. Yet, with proper training and security measures in place, you can transform your employees from potential security risks into invaluable assets.

Are you prepared to transition from a state of apprehension and distrust to one characterized by empowerment and confidence? Reach out to us to initiate this transformation.

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