Attend a Free Webinar on Maintaining Business Information Security for a run-down on how to keep your company safe.

If you and your family relocated to a new home, and moved everything you own into it, from your valuable financial assets to things that have significant sentimental value, what steps would you take to secure your property from outside intruders, uninvited guests, and other potential risks? Firstly, you might recognise the need for the premises to be secured, which requires some sort of locking mechanism to protect the property from intruders. However, this raises the issue of what kind of lock is appropriate for upholding the security of your premises. A cheap plastic padlock might initially appear to protect your house from intruders, but if it would only take a perseverant trespasser a few moments to bypass it, then it is not an effective security system at all, leaving your property at risk. To adequately safeguard your premises from potential threats, you need a strong, resilient security system, with no obvious weak points that can be exploited.

An Information Security Management System (ISMS) sees your business Improving Safety Maintenance Strategies

The International Organization for Standardization’s ISO 27001 Information Security Standards provides business’ with an internationally certified set of business information security standards and solutions, which aim to help business’ maintain the three core tenets of strong information security: confidentiality, integrity, and reliability. This is achieved by helping business’ to conduct a gap analysis of their existing information security system, to work out what strategies are in place to maintain the information security of the organisation, which ones are working effectively, and which ones could be strengthened, amended, and streamlined to better preserve confidential business data, maintain the integrity of such data by keeping it safe from cyber and physical threats in the form of hackers, malware, email scams, unprotected Wi-Fi networks, and so on, and the ability of authorised users to freely access that data, while unauthorised users are prevented from doing so.

Free Webinar on the ins and outs of upholding business information security

Anitech realises that a lot of business’ may be anxious, or concerned, about maintaining the information security of their systems. After all, the business marketplace has undergone significant changes over the past year, which has resulted in many business’ being potentially exposed to a range of new information security risks, such as phishing scams, malware, hackers, as well as risks associated with their physical environment, including unauthorised users accessing work computers, important business information at risk of being exposed through insufficient password and lockout protection, and so on. Business’ are right to be concerned, because a single data breach could threaten the integrity of their whole operation, as well as its ability to function. You never know the scope of detrimental effects a data breach will have on operations until after it has occurred, and that is why it is worth being proactive. The future of your business could depend on it.

That is why tomorrow Anitech, in conjunction with SEMMA, are hosting a free webinar on The Importance of Information Security in the Workplace. It will offer insight and explanation into the importance of business information security, how to identify an information security threat, how to go about mitigating its effects on operations, and how an effective Information Security Management System works with your business to give it the knowledge to safeguard its knowledge. Speakers at the webinar will include James Paul, Senior ISMS Consultant at Anitech, and Sreejith Sreekumar, ISMS Consultant at Anitech. They will offer insight into the what’s, why’s and how’s of business information security, including explaining the ways in which your business might be at risk, and what you can do to keep your data out of the wrong hands. You will be able to run some questions by them at the end of the webinar, to get a better idea about how this issue applies to the specifics of your business, and what your organisation needs to do to protect itself.

When it comes to an ISMS it is better to have it and not need it, than to need it and not have it. By attending this webinar you will get a free introduction into this important issue that all business’ face, and be provided with some proactive solutions and ideas about what steps your organisation can take today to ensure that the only people who access your business’ confidential data are the people you have granted access to.

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Please click here to sign up for the free webinar by close of business today. It will be conducted via Zoom, and thus, the speakers will be accompanied by a slide presentation outlining the important take away messages of the webinar, so you can get a graphical representation of this issue, how your business is at risk, and what it can do to safeguard itself. If all of this has left you wanting to know more about the ins and outs of information security, then please give Anitech’s information security consultants a call today on 1300 802 163. They will be able to talk you through the benefits of implementing one, and the ways in which it could be tailored to your specific organisation in an easy, hassle-free manner. Isn’t this the kind of information that is worth protecting for future reference?

Please click here to learn more about how an ISMS helps your business keep potential threats at a distance.

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