Free Resource Released to Help Organizations Bolster Security
The Dirty Dozen- Information Security Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make
San Antonio, TX – October 01, 2014 – Recognizing the importance of information security and the need for increased awareness of security threats, Digital Defense, Inc. (DDI), a leading provider of managed security risk assessments, proudly supports October 2014 as National Cyber Security Awareness Month. For this observance and to help businesses build a culture of security, DDI is kicking off their awareness campaign by offering a free guide detailing the “Dirty Dozen,” pairing common information security mistakes with actionable recommendations for addressing them to bolster organizational security. Covering issues such as garnering executive support and incorrectly equating compliance with security, the guide aims to help curtail the potential financial and reputational impact associated with a security breach.
“With growing security threats affecting global organizations and personal privacy, businesses are expected to increase security efforts to address challenges with new technologies that are changing the landscape of human interaction and business operations. This is not always a simple task and requires commitment and dedication to security initiatives,” said DDI CIO, Tom DeSot, “The ‘Dirty Dozen’ guide reviews common mistakes that organizations of all sizes and industries have been known to make that can allow cyber criminals to gain access to sensitive data. It’s written for employees and employers alike, providing practical insight into common challenges and potential areas of improvement.
The free guide is available now at www.ddifrontline.com.