IT policies and Employee Education

IT Policies-as-a-service

Creating effective IT policies for SMEs across Suffolk

As you take the first steps into scaling up your business, you need to implement a wide range of IT policies and procedures for your people to abide by.

 

These IT policies should outline your expectations and make it clear what your people are expected to do while using your assets.

Creating IT policies can be time-consuming. If you have relied on IT policy templates that you’ve found online, they might not be suitable for your business.

Are you a large or growing business in Suffolk? If so, when was the last time you reviewed your IT policies to check that they are still relevant to your changing business needs?

That’s why we offer IT policies-as-a-service.

We get to the heart of how your IT infrastructure needs to align with your business goals, and we put that in clear, easy-to-understand writing for you. Your employees will know precisely what is expected from them. You will receive a collection of clear guidelines that outline everything you need to know, from cybersecurity to IT governance, responsible data usage, business continuity and data backups (and much more).

You will benefit from clear, robust IT policies that align with best practice standards, including ISO 27001, GDPR and Cyber Essentials Plus.

Talk to us about

  • IT asset management policies
  • IT software management policies
  • IT security policies
  • IT disaster recovery and emergency response policies
  • IT employment policies

With our help and support, you will save time and money, and know that your IT policies will be periodically updated to reflect the latest legislation and technology.

Educating your employees about today’s digital threats

Implementing the correct procedures is vital to ensuring the success and longevity of your IT system. But we also know that any system is only as good as its users. Therefore, you need to be confident that your employees are making the most of your IT solutions and adhering to best practices, therefore limiting your risk of any security breaches.

You might not have the time to conduct detailed training sessions with your team about how to stay safe online. Perhaps you’re worried that you haven’t got the latest statistics relating to cybercrime, or you’re not sure which specific areas you should be focusing on.

We understand that you’re busy and you need to focus on your day job.

However, failing to invest in employee education or regular cybersecurity awareness training could be a considerable risk.

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