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DIG this week's security tip

Updated: Jan 30


Many organizations make the mistake of not having formal IT policies. They may think they don’t need formal policies or that they are too small for policies to matter. This way of thinking can cause problems with your employees, cyber insurance, and compliance. So, no matter what size your organization is, you should implement formal policies. To get you started we've provided info about three important IT policies you should have.



Policy dictionary page



Acceptable Use Policy

An Acceptable Use Policy is a set of rules for your employees to use your IT assets. The policy sets guidelines for allowable use of your network, website, social media, and systems.


Information Security Policy

An Information Security Policy provides clear direction on what to do in the event of a security breach or disaster.


Vendor Management Policy

The purpose of a Vendor Management Policy is to identify which vendors put your organization at risk and to add controls to minimize that risk.


The DIG can help your organization address IT policy deficiencies and security issues. Contact us today to schedule a consultation to get started.


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