This cybersecurity policy covers what cybersecurity is and provides guidelines for the cybersecurity practice standards required within your organisation. It deals with the standards of privacy and integrity required by employees, contractors, and volunteers, to keep their passwords, data, and information safe from prying eyes both on and off the network. This policy also advises employees, contractors, and volunteers to be vigilant and report a potential cybersecurity threat.
This cybersecurity policy template can be adapted to meet the specific needs of your organisation. You can change as little or as much of the content as you like. Some sections may be governed by state and federal legislation. It is important that you seek your own HR or legal advice, maintain this policy as legislation changes and adjust it to meet your requirements.
This cybersecurity workplace policy template is suitable for all your employees, contractors, and volunteers. Once you have adjusted the cybersecurity policy template to meet the specific requirements of your organisation you can deliver it to new starters at induction and as refresher training on a regular basis.
The following topics are covered in this cybersecurity policy:
This cybersecurity policy will take approximately five minutes to complete.
The following learning outcomes will be achieved on completion of this cybersecurity policy:
Once all employees, contractors and volunteers have completed your cybersecurity policy, the following business outcomes will be achieved for your organisation:
This cybersecurity policy can be uploaded and assigned to your staff via the Safeguard by Sentrient online workplace compliance system or Staffwise by Sentrient human resource management platform. It is best to accompany your cybersecurity policy with workplace training, such as the Sentrient online workplace compliance courses on the internet and social media, and privacy.