Keeping Security Programs Relevant

Building a security plan for a company, organization, school, etc. is not nearly as challenging as keeping that plan relevant for employees. Security is not just a technical issue it is a people issue. 

Having the latest and greatest technology does not make a successful or even useful security plan.  It is not only getting everyone in the organization to buy in and has the appropriate level of know-how about the system and how it functions, but also his or her responsibility. 

There must be a complete understanding of the security plan by an organization, and the goal of that plan.

A good security plan first line of defense is in your controls: how you enforce security best practices and prevent successful compromise. The second line of defense is detection: how you detect attacks or attempted breaches, or how you know whether your controls are working. The third line of defense is your team: how aware they are of security and what they are doing to avoid being a weak link.

We at M3T would of course like to help you with the design and installation of your security plan.  As a security consulting company, we want to be there to help you with the successful implementation of the plan.  Please feel free to reach out if we can assist you in any way with your organization’s security plan. 

Robin Orlando

Account Manager