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Cyber Security Policies and Procedures

 

#Cybersecurity is not just about software, tools, and systems. Having clear policies and procedures in place for your business can greatly reduce the risk of an attack, as well as minimise the impact of a successful breach.

Does your business have relevant cyber policies and procedures in place? See our list of recommended policies to protect your employees and your business.

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Cyber Security Policies and Procedures

Our Cyber Security Management Systems support businesses transition from the physical office space to a cybersafe remote workplace securely, affordably and with minimal impact to operational output.

Cyber security policies and procedures form an essential part of any Cyber Security Management System (CSMS). Whilst systems, software and tools protect the business during an attempted attack or when an attack occurs, policies and procedures are designed to minimise errors and reduce the business’s overall cyber risk.

The Jam Cyber Policies and Procedures also provide action and response plans in the event a cyber attack is successful. This includes ensuring companies communicate effectively with key stakeholder in the aftermath and, meet their legal obligations as set out in the Australian Government’s Notifiable Data Breach Scheme.

The Jam Cyber CSMS includes our range of cyber security policies and procedures. These are customised for each company to ensure they are relevant and meet your business needs. Find out more about our Cyber Security Policies and Procedures below, or contact us for more information.

The Australian Government’s Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) has reinforced that cyber security is essential when preparing for COVID-19 stating that “as more staff may work from home, and the use of remote access technology increases, adversaries may attempt to take advantage. ASD’s Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) encourages Australians to remain vigilant and ensure sound cyber security practices.”.

If your employees don’t have access to business computers, see our Cyber Safe Remote Workplace: Private Computers Solutions.

Jam Cyber Framework

The Cyber Security Policies & Procedures form a vital part of the Jam Cyber – Cyber Security Framework.

People

Providing the workforce with appropriate training, tools, and resources to protect them, and the business, from cyber attacks.

Governance

Ensuring the business’s cyber security strategy is upheld and the business is in the best position to manage any cyber security issues.

Technology

Establishing the best possible systems and applications to maximise cyber security protection at all times.

Jam Cyber security policies framework

The Cyber Security Policies & Procedures form a vital part of the Jam Cyber – Cyber Security Framework.

Your Business May Need A Cyber Security Framework

With our FREE report, you can estimate the financial impact a cyber security breach would have on your business, as well as the potential likelihood of an attack.

Cyber Risk Report copy

Benefits of Cyber Security Policies and Procedures

Cyber security policies and procedures will heighten cyber protection for any business. Systems and applications are important but having clear guidelines to increase employee cyber safety will dramatically reduce the likelihood of an attack. Further, clear actions for rapid responses to breaches, will reduce the overall impact of any successful attack. Below are the core reasons businesses should establish cyber security policies and procedures.

Five reasons to implement Employee Cyber Security Training

Providing your employees with cyber security policies and procedures gives clear guidance regarding appropriate and cyber safe use of networks and devices. This will increase the business’s overall cyber protection. Additionally, it will also ensure they maximise their personal cyber protection, reducing the chance of them becoming a victim to cyber crime.

With a complete cyber security management system, a cyber attack is rare – but it can still happen. Having an incident response plan, with communication templates will enable the business to act rapidly in the event of a cyber attack and minimise any damage caused.

Many businesses will have legal obligations to carry out if the business falls victim to a cyber attack. The Jam Cyber Policies and Procedures provide templates and cover required actions business owners must take to abide by the Australian Government’s Notifiable Data Breach Scheme.

One of the most important reasons to maintain cyber security policies and procedures is to ensure client communication and engagement is undertaken as swiftly as possible in the event of an attack. This act will not only protect your client’s privacy and data, but also ensure they remain loyal in the aftermath.

No business wants to fall victim to a scam. But having policies and procedures in place and ensure the business handles it with dignity and acceptable transparency. This further will enable the business to get back on its quickly to resume business as usual.

Five reasons to implement Employee Cyber Security Training by Jam Cyber

Get custom Cyber Security Policies and Procedures for your business.

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Establishing A Cyber Safe Remote Workplace

In 2020, a Gartner, Inc. report highlighted that 88 per cent of organisations encouraged or required employees to work from home due to coronavirus.

The traditional working environment is changing rapidly from the office to remote working.

This has left many Australian businesses asking: how will our workplace function if employees must self-isolate or the office needs to close immediately?

We know there is no ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to establishing a cyber-safe remote workplace. However, with the increased risk of cyber-attacks on remote workers1, the Australian Government has stated that it is essential for all businesses to implement cyber security to support their remote working plans2.

Our range of Cyber Security Management Systems (CSMS) is designed to suit individual business needs, and support companies both in the office and during remote working. Discover which option is best for your business and establish your cyber safe remote workplace today.

POLICIES

To provide guidelines for responsible, ethical, and legal use of the company assets, networks, and online tools by all employees.

A policy designed for employees to use when working remotely to ensure cyber safe practices.

To determine what is an eligible data breach and ensure the company upholds it legal obligations and ethical responsibility.

To inform and guide employees regarding appropriate and respectful use of any corporate email address.

To inform and guide employees regarding appropriate and respectful use of any corporate email address.

To protect personal and company passwords from external and internal threats.

PROCEDURES

To provide all employees, including the Management Team, with a clear action plan to address any cyber security incidents or data breaches.

To enable the rapid recovery of data in the event of a disaster caused by a cyber attack, malicious insider activity, natural disasters, technical errors, or accidental employee actions.

To minimise the risk of a cyber attack due to a stolen or compromised password which is associated with a corporate email address.

To ensure any lost or stolen company device does not further implicate the company in either a cyber attack, exploitation, or confidential data breach.

To enable a rapid response in the event of a notifiable data breach as outlined in the company Data Breach Policy & Response Plan.

To track cyber security incidents internally and understand how a data breach has occurred to determine any future actions that should occur to minimise further attacks.

A process to safely and swiftly onboard new employees.

To record official requests for use of banned social media and to provide access to social media where required.

POLICIES

To ensure all company owned or leased ICT assets are utilised effectively, efficiently, and safely.

The company’s commitment to upholding the highest standard of ICT asset management.

To provide guidance for employees regarding managing company owned or leased ICT assets.

To record and track all company owned or leased ICT assets.

To manage short-term ICT asset use by employees.

To streamline procurement of ICT Assets for employees

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    Get in touch and discover how we can help. We aim to be in touch

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    Talk to Our Experts

    Get in touch with our friendly team, we can provide you with all of the information you need to make the best decision for your business.

    //Cyber Security Framework

    Cyber Security Policies and Procedures

    Our Cyber Security Management Systems support businesses transition from the physical office space to a cybersafe remote workplace securely, affordably and with minimal impact to operational output.

    Cyber security policies and procedures form an essential part of any Cyber Security Management System (CSMS). Whilst systems, software and tools protect the business during an attempted attack or when an attack occurs, policies and procedures are designed to minimise errors and reduce the business’s overall cyber risk.

    The Jam Cyber Policies and Procedures also provide action and response plans in the event a cyber attack is successful. This includes ensuring companies communicate effectively with key stakeholder in the aftermath and, meet their legal obligations as set out in the Australian Government’s Notifiable Data Breach Scheme.

    The Jam Cyber CSMS includes our range of cyber security policies and procedures. These are customised for each company to ensure they are relevant and meet your business needs. Find out more about our Cyber Security Policies and Procedures below, or contact us for more information.

    The Australian Government’s Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) has reinforced that cyber security is essential when preparing for COVID-19 stating that “as more staff may work from home, and the use of remote access technology increases, adversaries may attempt to take advantage. ASD’s Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) encourages Australians to remain vigilant and ensure sound cyber security practices.”.

    If your employees don’t have access to business computers, see our Cyber Safe Remote Workplace: Private Computers Solutions.

    Jam Cyber Framework

    The Cyber Security Policies & Procedures form a vital part of the Jam Cyber – Cyber Security Framework.

    People

    Providing the workforce with appropriate training, tools, and resources to protect them, and the business, from cyber attacks.

    Governance

    Ensuring the business’s cyber security strategy is upheld and the business is in the best position to manage any cyber security issues.

    Technology

    Establishing the best possible systems and applications to maximise cyber security protection at all times.

    Jam Cyber security policies framework

    The Cyber Security Policies & Procedures form a vital part of the Jam Cyber – Cyber Security Framework.

    Your Business May Need A Cyber Security Framework

    With our FREE report, you can estimate the financial impact a cyber security breach would have on your business, as well as the potential likelihood of an attack.

    Cyber Risk Report copy

    Benefits of Cyber Security Policies and Procedures

    Cyber security policies and procedures will heighten cyber protection for any business. Systems and applications are important but having clear guidelines to increase employee cyber safety will dramatically reduce the likelihood of an attack. Further, clear actions for rapid responses to breaches, will reduce the overall impact of any successful attack. Below are the core reasons businesses should establish cyber security policies and procedures.

    Five reasons to implement Employee Cyber Security Training

    Providing your employees with cyber security policies and procedures gives clear guidance regarding appropriate and cyber safe use of networks and devices. This will increase the business’s overall cyber protection. Additionally, it will also ensure they maximise their personal cyber protection, reducing the chance of them becoming a victim to cyber crime.

    With a complete cyber security management system, a cyber attack is rare – but it can still happen. Having an incident response plan, with communication templates will enable the business to act rapidly in the event of a cyber attack and minimise any damage caused.

    Many businesses will have legal obligations to carry out if the business falls victim to a cyber attack. The Jam Cyber Policies and Procedures provide templates and cover required actions business owners must take to abide by the Australian Government’s Notifiable Data Breach Scheme.

    One of the most important reasons to maintain cyber security policies and procedures is to ensure client communication and engagement is undertaken as swiftly as possible in the event of an attack. This act will not only protect your client’s privacy and data, but also ensure they remain loyal in the aftermath.

    No business wants to fall victim to a scam. But having policies and procedures in place and ensure the business handles it with dignity and acceptable transparency. This further will enable the business to get back on its quickly to resume business as usual.

    Five reasons to implement Employee Cyber Security Training by Jam Cyber

    Get custom Cyber Security Policies and Procedures for your business.

    Policies man banner

    Establishing A Cyber Safe Remote Workplace

    In 2020, a Gartner, Inc. report highlighted that 88 per cent of organisations encouraged or required employees to work from home due to coronavirus.

    The traditional working environment is changing rapidly from the office to remote working.

    This has left many Australian businesses asking: how will our workplace function if employees must self-isolate or the office needs to close immediately?

    We know there is no ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to establishing a cyber-safe remote workplace. However, with the increased risk of cyber-attacks on remote workers1, the Australian Government has stated that it is essential for all businesses to implement cyber security to support their remote working plans2.

    Our range of Cyber Security Management Systems (CSMS) is designed to suit individual business needs, and support companies both in the office and during remote working. Discover which option is best for your business and establish your cyber safe remote workplace today.

    POLICIES

    To provide guidelines for responsible, ethical, and legal use of the company assets, networks, and online tools by all employees.

    A policy designed for employees to use when working remotely to ensure cyber safe practices.

    To determine what is an eligible data breach and ensure the company upholds it legal obligations and ethical responsibility.

    To inform and guide employees regarding appropriate and respectful use of any corporate email address.

    To inform and guide employees regarding appropriate and respectful use of any corporate email address.

    To protect personal and company passwords from external and internal threats.

    PROCEDURES

    To provide all employees, including the Management Team, with a clear action plan to address any cyber security incidents or data breaches.

    To enable the rapid recovery of data in the event of a disaster caused by a cyber attack, malicious insider activity, natural disasters, technical errors, or accidental employee actions.

    To minimise the risk of a cyber attack due to a stolen or compromised password which is associated with a corporate email address.

    To ensure any lost or stolen company device does not further implicate the company in either a cyber attack, exploitation, or confidential data breach.

    To enable a rapid response in the event of a notifiable data breach as outlined in the company Data Breach Policy & Response Plan.

    To track cyber security incidents internally and understand how a data breach has occurred to determine any future actions that should occur to minimise further attacks.

    A process to safely and swiftly onboard new employees.

    To record official requests for use of banned social media and to provide access to social media where required.

    ASSETS

    To ensure all company owned or leased ICT assets are utilised effectively, efficiently, and safely.

    The company’s commitment to upholding the highest standard of ICT asset management.

    To provide guidance for employees regarding managing company owned or leased ICT assets.

    To record and track all company owned or leased ICT assets.

    To manage short-term ICT asset use by employees.

    To streamline procurement of ICT Assets for employees

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