It’s a pretty easy way to increase the number of staff in your IT department.
But how about if it helps to get the people who work in your organization who are most likely to be vulnerable to fraud?
According to an announcement from Broadridge, its new Integrity Services solution lets you take a team of trusted people and set up a “customized” security suite.
The idea is simple: You have a trusted group of people, each of whom can take on a role in the company’s IT department, from security consultants to support staff, and each of these people has to have some experience in cybersecurity and IT security.
And if they are not, then you can turn them into a dedicated team.
For example, one of the best-known people at Broadridge might be the lead security consultant, who can handle everything from getting malware to malware samples.
Another could be the support staff who have to keep track of data from systems, and the third might be a human resources person who helps manage the company and its IT operations.
And the security team can take the lead in implementing this security suite, which means they have to be experts in what they’re doing.
They have to have the knowledge and the skills, for example, in how to secure data in a cloud environment, or how to do a complex data recovery.
Broadridge has also created a new security certification program, which is designed to help ensure that those who are responsible for the security of their company’s systems have the best skills in the field.
But Broadridge doesn’t stop there.
The company also announced that it’s developing a “security training kit” for employees, which includes information about what is considered “risky” activities, and how to prevent them.
For example, you can say that you want to limit the amount of work that the security consultant can do.
And you can also tell them to avoid any kind of risk that they’re going to be working with malware, because there are so many people who might be susceptible to it.
So Broadridge says that it will provide a security training kit for employees in 2018, with a goal to have it ready in 2019.
The first step is to create an internal training program that is “designed to be self-assessable,” and then you’ll be able to use that to set expectations.
In 2018, the company will have to hire 100 security professionals to do this, and then it will hire 100 more people to do it in 2019, which should be enough to make this a big program.
If you’ve got employees who are vulnerable to cybercrime, Broadridge said it will make sure they’re “engaged with the right security training.”
It also said that its “custom security training” will be “more comprehensive than our own internal training,” which will be more tailored to those who work at companies that have more than 100 employees.