VIDEO: 3 Simple Tips: Designing Cyber Security Solutions
In Cyber Security, there are 3 simple actions anyone can take, no matter their field or position, to design a solution. In particular, these tips can be put to use to marketed improve any scene. Use of these 3 basic tips can benefit most any area of Information Technology, especially program managers, executives, security specialists or architects. From Help Desk to Architects to even CFOs, every aspect of an IT Organization will benefit from knowing these terrifically basic tips.
FACT: success in any field greatly depends on these key actions being taken. Check out these 3 key elements for Success and how others might begin using them right away.
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With Today’s Security-First Approach, watch how DTS Owner, Shawn May, helps explain and demonstrate industry cost saving design solutions – educating on the fundamental and basic tips. Lastly, without these, businesses will typically experience costly IT Challenges.
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CYBER SECURITY TIPS
There are three important and key topics to cover this afternoon – specifically the most vitally-basic and top 3 Cyber Security tips in today’s industry.
LOOKING & OBSERVING
To explain further on this particular topic I’m talking about, these key elements that are truly needed for any successful IT project, we first need the individual to really be LOOKING and OBSERVING. It’s really looking.
Last week, the individual dealt with this per se “same problem”. I have to say, not all problems are all the same. They all have different variations and different shades. It requires the power of observation. Now, that seems like an obvious thing. I have to tell you though, because a lot of things within IT are kind-of-like “bits and bytes” flying around, and you don’t know what they means, it is absolutely imperative to actually go in and observe.
EDUCATION & LEARNING
Another key element to solving, implementing, IT solutions is true EDUCATION. Education involves, example, reading something or observing something and then putting it into use so that you have practical application and not just some
It is continuously being vigilant and diligent learning your trade.
I have to add one additional thing on that. You have to use it. You have to know how to take it apart and put it back together. That is a key element with any successful IT project.
Another key successful element to any IT project is listening – TRULY LISTENING. You have to listen to the actual challenges. I’m talking about listening to the symptoms of the problem and asking questions, and then listening to the answers. You even have to listen to the questions asked.
Now, not all the time do you get a solution from listening, but you can really gain an insight to the challenges that they’re facing. Executives, for instances, have a whole different series of challenges they want to solve. IT managers have different challenges and situations they also want to solve or implement. And event administrators or help desk people, they all have different layers or situations they want to solve for.
However really listening to what they say is critical, because not always what they say is what you’re going to implement, but it certainly must ALIGN.
A KEY ELEMENT IS LISTENING
3 Basic Security Design Tips:
In closing – as a quick summary. The three key important elements to any successful IT project are these:
- Looking & Observing
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- Implementing correct solutions
- Bringing the correct talent (professional-staff-augmentation or project team)
- Alignment to the business functional & functional direction
- Maintaining agility with communication and options
- Ensure to have a properly scoped project and accurate roadmap eliminating fluff
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