To further place a level of security on documents and information, schedule audits annually. This means you will be able to check on documents kept by your employees both in paper form and in their computers. After you’ve done the audits, audits will allow you to identify areas where security can be improved.
Make the most out of the audits you conduct. After identifying the areas where security can be improved, see what can be done about it. Do not put it off: putting it off will allow the possibility of the weakness in your security to be exploited.
Audits aren’t there to look for faults in your employees. They are in place to evaluate the security measures that you have set up on computers and around your office area. You should emphasize this when you notify your employees of the audits. This way no one will misunderstand your purpose in conducting the audit.