If you want to tackle the problem of information security, you cannot rely on the help of technology alone. Information security breaches tend to occur as a result of human, as well as technological, failings. However, the human factor usually receives far less attention.
This guide offers you practical advice on how to develop an IT Induction programme for your staff that can help safeguard your business information.
By providing your employees with simple instruction in good IT working practices, and by making sure they know what is expected of them, you can strengthen your company’s information security and reduce the risk that your data will be stolen or lost.
Encouraging good corporate working and a strong sense of responsibility are, the author argues, essential for the protection of your business information. She shows you how to strike the right balance in your approach to staff training, thereby enabling you to provide your employees with an IT Induction that is at once informative and accessible.
Prevention is better than cure. Buy this guide and learn how to develop an IT Induction programme for your staff that can help safeguard your business information.
1: Putting IT Induction in Perspective
2: The Target Audience
3: Whose Responsibility is it Anyway?
4: Indicative Content
5: Delivery Options
6: Making IT Induction Part of a New User Process
7: IT Induction - a One Time Only Experience?