Outside experts can provide important guidance and support but the best ones will help organizations build internal capacity for change management, something that will help an organization succeed on its own over time.
To some people, a change management expert means someone brought into projects to manage communication, training, or resistance throughout the disruption of implementation. That’s not the full picture.
Smart business leaders understand that failing to prepare for a cybersecurity intrusion is preparing to fail – it will be attempted, the only question to answer is this: will you be ready?
We believe that for most businesses, the cloud is inevitable. It’s not a question of “should I convert?” but a question of when.
A vulnerability was recently announced – CVE-2021-3156 – in the program ‘Sudo’. Directions for patching are available below in the Actions to Take section.
As a member of the AWS Partner Network, a global partner program for businesses delivering products and services using AWS, Mariner has invested in AWS certifications for its staff, and have proven customer success.
Effectively rolling out new processes and systems does not happen by accident – it is the result of a clear, carefully-planned change management process that ensures a team is well informed and prepared about both the “why” and “how” of the new ways of doing things.
Effective change management is key to navigating this challenging period. Mariner has launched a Change Management online training program, one that has received an Association of Change Management Professionals Qualified Education Provider designation.
Hope you enjoyed part one of the Mariner Cybersecurity Bulletin dedicated to cyber safety in the home office. Check out some additional ‘work from home’ tips.
This second edition of the Mariner Cybersecurity Bulletin is all about how you can work from home and even how you can keep in touch with others in a cyber-safe way. Below are some helpful ‘work from home’ tips: