Burrow security is, of course, solely dependant on the occupant. I, for example, have a front door, a back door, and windows, all of which lock. But, many burrow occupants have opted for a more open air feel to their environment. While this is not "wrong," it does beg the question "Don't you worry about losing your tea to a passing snail?" - Mr Mole
When discussing Security at Hacker Group, we do worry about losing our tea, or in our case data, so we opt for a more secure environment. We are among the first marketing companies to be ISO 27001:2005 certified in Information Security Management.
The "Human Factor" is the highest security concern. In all Risk Assessments, where we determine what risks we face within the organization, Human interactions cause the majority of the HIGH risk issues, many of which cannot be sufficiently solved through technology. Because of this, training of our staff is a priority. Consistent training, and mentoring are what creates an atmosphere of success, and we have a thriving group of people here.
Security training is only a piece of the puzzle. Our environment and business requirements change on a daily basis. Our Risks must be constantly re-evaluated, and the treatments of the risk must be maleable to change as well. To support this, our security program must constantly evolve, and again, we must have the support of all of our staff to make this happen.
My favorite result from our ISO security evaluation audits is that our employees are rated our best security asset. That's right, the hardest peice of the puzzle to solve, the emplyees of Hacker Group have solved! Way to go! I'm proud of you all.