HR's Role in Local Government Cyber Security

Local and county governments are entrusted with many types of personally identifiable information (PII), personal health information (PHI) and other sensitive data such as births, deaths, social security/social insurance numbers, property tax, deeds and medical records. 

As keepers of such valuable information local governments need to ensure that security measures are in place to protect constituents' data from cyber attack. Here's how HR departments in local government can play an active role in reducing cyber security risks.

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HR Systems - Rescuing Reskilling Needs in the Digital Age



This year, AT&T identified a labor supply issue that many other organizations are also struggling with. Only about half of AT&T's 250,000 employees had the necessary science, technology, engineering, and math skills that the company requires. They had a tough choice to make – they could hire software and engineering people and pay extremely high acquisition costs to secure them.

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Ensuring Organizational Information Security - HR’s New Role



In the past few years HR has increasingly become a strategic partner in organizations with proven contributions to the ROI of the organization. With more technological innovations, increased global competition, and the ever-changing business landscape, the challenges that face an organization continue to evolve. The noted investor Warren Buffet has warned that cyber security is the number one threat, not just to organizations, but to humanity in general [1].

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5 Creative Approaches for More Effective Training



If you’re hiring for the holidays, because your business is growing, or to replace departing employees, you know that hiring is just the first step. After you’ve found great additions to your team, you have to figure out what information you need to communicate to them to successfully integrate them into your company and community.

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5 things to include in an effective employee training program



Before you begin training new employees, it’s essential to figure out exactly what that training will encompass. Trying to just let new hires “follow along” with a job position and pick up what they need to know is ineffective, frustrating for both the new employee and the employees tasked with babysitting, and a drain on your company’s resources.

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