It helps if the decision to deploy Arda is taken as high and as widely as possible in the organisation. After all, Arda has an impact on the whole company. Apart from the management, involve, for example, the management of HR, Legal, and IT.
Employees must be able (and allowed) to follow topics. Among other things, this requires support among all managers: do they also see the importance of cyber resilience?
Be specific about Arda in your organisation. For example, do all employees know what Arda is? Why you chose Arda and what you expect from them? And do employees know what it will benefit them personally if they follow Arda topics?
Participants see a familiar face from your own organisation, hear the importance of cybersecurity from a familiar mouth and are therefore more likely to attend.
For example, one of our serious games on cybersecurity: a shared experience that guarantees a flying start.
Especially at the start of the programme, it is important to publicise Arda within your organisation.
Give Arda a flying start:
Sometimes we hear from companies that - in retrospect - they would have liked to tell their employees more and more clearly about Arda at the start of the programme. With these practical tips, you can 'integrate' Arda even better into your organisation.
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