Developing an effective cybersecurity policy is a fundamental stepping stone when creating a comprehensive cybersecurity plan. Like any other corporate policy, they are a roadmap that defines what is in scope and establishes the baseline for ‘good’ cybersecurity practices.
A key challenge for leaders, however, is getting key stakeholder input. Traditional policies are often written in silos – in ways that are not clear to the audience they are meant to influence. Stakeholder contributions and their understanding of the language and purpose of the policy/s is an essential phase when implementing cybersecurity processes and awareness. Without them, it will not influence the business.
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