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Security training define the security training plan

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Security training define the security training plan for key staff who manage day to day security operation in order to sustain your security policy and keep your security staff current with the and configure.
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Every employee need s to understand his or her obligation to protect company data. Employee also need clear expectation about behavior when it come to the interaction with data. Your data security policy need to be published, understandable and enforceable, and should be outline practice that help safeguard employee, customer, company and third party business and sensitive information. As with many complex program that deal with sophisticated product or topic, there are usually essential element that form the foundation of a plan as follows. Safe guide Data privacy must understand that your privacy policy is pledge to your customer that will protect their information. Data should only be used in way that will keep customer identity and the confidentiality of information secure. Establish Password Management that establish for all employee or temporary workers who will access corporate resources. In general password complexity should be establish according to the job functions and data security requirement.
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References: Scott A. (2013)”How to create a good information Security Policy “Retrieved on 04/06/2014.
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Perkins J. (2013) Information Security Policy “Retrieved 04/06/2014. Timms N. (2014)”Secure network: How to develop an information Security Policy “Retrieved on 04/06/2014.
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