How To Drive Productivity Without Compromising Cybersecurity

Jurate Gulbinas   |   28 Jan 2017   |   2 min read

In today’s business world, cybersecurity is a booming industry. It’s also an important one, because a breech of data or loss of information can be disastrous experiences for any company. Unfortunately, sometimes strict cybersecurity policies can inhibit productivity. There are a couple of ways a company can keep their security a priority while still promoting productivity. One is prioritizing and focusing on top threats while placing less emphasis on smaller threats. Another is keeping policies simple and concise. Finally, open communication ensures that all employees know exactly what to do, and how to do their jobs while remaining secure.

Key Takeaways:

  • Cybersecurity is one of the fastest-growing industries, and it’s easy to see why when you recognize the current value of information.
  • Keeping businesses secure is a top priority for CIOs
  • Striking a balance between security and productivity is a top priority for modern companies

“When it comes to maintaining productivity, you may be tempted to scale back your cybersecurity policies in order to afford employees more breathing room. Fight this temptation.”

http://www.forbes.com/sites/danielnewman/2017/01/24/how-to-drive-productivity-without-compromising-cybersecurity/

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