Building Blocks: Making security a part of your organisational culture
12 Mar 2020
Security strategies and leadership
With technology providing the opportunity for employees to work from anywhere and on any device, the importance of having a strong culture around security within organisations has never been greater. Megan Pentecost, Information Security and Data Compliance Manager, utilises her background in psychology to create a culture of engagement and shared responsibility for security at the British Heart Foundation. In this session, Megan will share: • Building up a security culture at the British Heart Foundation • Embedding security into strategy and ways of working • The importance of collecting small wins • Strategies for demonstrating the relevance and benefits of security at all levels of an organisation
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