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Enable A Security-Focused Culture

Employee security participation and a security-focused corporate culture is an often-overlooked but core component of Cyber Governance.

 

According to the Association of Corporate Counsel Foundation’s “State of Cybersecurity Report”, forty-five percent (45%) of recent data breaches were the result of human-related errors. Human factors must be considered and included in a CyberSecurity process.

 

The ClearArmor CSRP enables a security-focused culture by including management and personnel within your company’s CyberSecurity program. The CSRP includes documented, automated, and tracked training for employees and incorporates them into the web-based “CyberSecurity Daily” newsletter. It also includes  CyberSecurity information on current cyber issues, the corporation’s position on current cyber threats, and an automated assessment of the employee’s participation in CyberSecurity.

ClearArmor: Daily CyberSecurity Report

End-point security is an integral part of the ClearArmor CSRP. The most important network endpoint is the employee.

 

A proper CyberSecurity process includes a documented and continuous employee CyberSecurity program. The ClearArmor CSRP can integrate with existing Employee Security programs for documentation. The process tracks employee CyberSecurity training, providing management summaries of activities and performance.

 

ClearArmor further enables a security-focused culture by including management and personnel in your company’s CyberSecurity process.

 

The Daily CyberSecurity Report, a CyberSecurity newsletter based on your company’s most recent security efforts and current threats, is created for each individual in your organization, making them part of the security process through information sharing. Each report is customized with the employees own security score and can be viewed through a web browser.

 

According to the IBM Chief Information Security Officer Assessment, 95% of information security incidents involve human error. Human Error, as defined by IBM’s SecurityIntelligence, includes:

  • System misconfiguration
  • Poor patch management
  • Use of default usernames and passwords or easy-to-guess passwords
  • Lost devices
  • Disclosure of information via an incorrect email address
  • Double-clicking on an unsafe URL or attachment
  • Sharing passwords with others
  • Leaving computers unattended when outside the workplace
  • Using personally owned mobile devices that connect to the organization’s network.

Implementing Cyber Governance

Meet Fiduciary Responsibilities

Board members and executives have a fiduciary responsibility to monitor and mitigate corporate risk and minimize financial loss.

Document Regulatory Compliance

ClearArmor’s Cyber Governance Framework allows you to document your regulatory compliance.

Maximize CyberSecurity
ROI & Quantify Risks

The very nature of CyberSecurity demands a managed effort. Few organizations have a managed effort.

Enable Security-Focused Culture

Employee security participation and a security-focused corporate culture is an often-overlooked but core component of Cyber Governance.