Policy development

Policy is the glue cementing the appropriate use of information technologies and information by employees within an organisation.

If policy is not developed properly it is unlikely that, even if the information and communications technologies employed by an entity are designed with security and privacy in mind, the statutory requirements of information governance and the protection of business and personal information will be achieved.

Privacy Online can assist entities in the development of policy, supported by appropriate procedures and standards, which can easily be translated into workable, audience-focused training for employees within an entity from the directors through to the most junior users of the entity’s information and communications technology and the processing of its information.

  • 13 September 2017 - 12:37:00
    In Government Gazette No. 41105 published on the 8th September 2017, the Information Regulator invited comment on the draft Regulations ...

  • 11 April 2017 - 10:02:00
    I was recently referred to an article entitled "Responding to Cybercrime at Scale: Operation Avalanche - A Case Study". The article is published by the Centre for Cyber and Homeland Security at the George Washington University and is authored by Robert Wainwright, a director of Europol and Frank J. Cilluffo, director of the Centre for Cyber and Homeland Security.

    For anyone dealing with the Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill, this article provides some insight into the complexity of cybercrime and the profoundly different way in which the combatting of cybercrime needs to be addressed.