What comprises a professional Acceptable Use Policy?
Your bank's Acceptable Use Policy needs to be well organized and up to date. It needs to be a clear and direct policy for employees to understand. CBC uses specific categorization of the ways employees may use the information systems such as clear and separate sections for email, the internet, network, hardware, software etc. Our policy does not leave much to the reader's comprehension or interpretation. We avoid irrelevant sections and information that distract from the goal of the policy.
Can CBC train my bank employees on the Acceptable Use Policy?
Yes, we conduct training sessions at your bank in which we review the material with your staff in a concise manner. We field questions about the policy and technology that it affects. Our delivery of the information is matter fact and easy to understand. After the training, your community bank employees will have a clear understanding of what are acceptable uses of bank resources.
An Acceptable Use Policy written by CBC is:
If you would like to learn more about our IT policy services, please contact us or call:
- Paul Elder at 614-848-3189 ext. 121
- Larry Krietemeyer at 614-848-3189 ext. 143
The expertise and learning that they bring to the organization is very helpful. Their professionalism, sharing of ideas, and willingness to sit and talk when we want them to, is a big help.