Simplifying security processes in large organizations while maintaining an appropriate level of security


security policy
organization security
security tools


This paper presents an approach to simplifying security in large organizations, ensuring that the work of ordinary employees is more accessible without negatively impacting the organization's security. Access to the Internet is becoming increasingly important in various aspects of human life, including interpersonal communication, professional work, and business operations. Enterprises have digitized information on their devices, which can be of interest to attackers. Incorrect security measures can expose companies to various losses, such as financial costs or image losses. As the number of enterprises connected to the Internet grows, IT system security is gaining importance. Cyberattacks are malicious actions by individuals or organized groups with motives such as financial gain, employee dissatisfaction, or government interference. Attackers aim to access financial data, customer lists, financial data, and customer databases. Cybersecurity should be the basis of every organization, regardless of its size. The number of attacks each year is related to increased investments in cybersecurity strategies and focusing on finding and stopping hackers. Information security protects information to prevent unauthorized access, use, and disclosure. It includes implementing policies and procedures to protect information and prevent data loss or theft. However, implementing security measures can be challenging for ordinary employees, leading to decreased security.


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