Seven Lessons in Security

The Value Of Security 

At Spindogs, we talk about the important things in a business - accountability, creativity, security, the works. For our April team meeting Dan, Rhys and Ellis were tasked with speaking to their fellow Spindogs members about the key role security plays in any organisation. Here are the valuable lessons we all learned during the meeting - make sure to take notes!

 

When choosing the subject of security, rather than look up the dictionary definition we thought it best to learn some lessons from history.

So we looked at two organisations from a long time ago…

Lesson One

Make sure there are no obvious flaws in your security.

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Lesson Two 

Ensure your systems have firewalls to prevent bots.

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Lesson Three

When relying on staff, ensure you only employ strong minded individuals.

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Lesson Four

When working at great heights, ensure you have safety rails installed.

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Lesson Five

Learn from your past mistakes.

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Lesson Six

Learn from your past mistakes.

Lesson Seven

When you do break protocol, ensure your boss doesn’t find out.

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Daniel Lewis
About Daniel Lewis

With his creative thinking and eye for design, Dan is the perfect person to help you develop your creative strategies and analyses your business’ objectives. He loves creative problem-solving as well as thinking about how to make campaigns interesting and effective.

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Ellis Fairclough
About Ellis Fairclough

Our Junior Developer is Ellis, and his mission is to create bespoke functionality for our clients’ websites. Ellis has always had a passion for technology and after completing a degree in Computing at the University of South Wales, he pursued his dream career in web development.

Rhys Ashman
About Rhys Ashman

As one of our designers, Rhys takes our client’s ideas and turns them into a visual reality. His ambition to design started at school, as after a week’s work experience at a design studio he realised that he had found his future career.

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