CyberSecurity Team Mentorship

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CyberSecurity Team Mentorship

  1. 1. This information has been shared freely by Mark E.S. Bernard. If you find it useful please acknowledge this contribution. If you would like additional information or assistance with the customization and implementation of a balanced risk management process for your security program then please contact Mark @ 604-349-6557 or mesbernard@gmail.com CyberSecurity Team Communications The CyberSecurity Team will best benefit from your leadership if you receive clear communication from your team. This necessitates the establishment of an open and caring environment where the team can feel comfortable to offer honest feedback. This working relationship can only be established if you demonstrate a willingness to receive input from your team. • Effective communication helps team members to consider changing their habits • Effective communication assists team members to keep their behavior on target with planned goals and objectives • Effective communication helps the CyberSecurity Leader to measure how well the team is coping with the CyberSecurity program Giving Useful Feedback • Constructive feedback is descriptive rather than evaluative • Specific rather than general • Considers the needs of the team member • Is directed toward the behavior that the team member can change • Is solicited rather than imposed • Is well-timed • Is checked to ensure clearly communicated Receiving Feedback • Ask for specific information • Paraphrase what you hear • Make eye contact with the giver • Accept all feedback initially • Ask for specifics if unclear • Give honest, experiential responses • Focus on the positive • Determine importance • Separate feeling from content

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