Chances are pretty good that, by this point, you’ve heard of burnout—maybe you’ve even suffered from it before yourself—but, just in case you’re a remarkably lucky human being, it’s the phenomenon where your employees become disengaged to the point where their performance suffers. While this isn’t good in any facet of your business, it can be especially damaging in terms of your security.
Let’s explore the concept of cybersecurity burnout (spoiler alert: it’s present at all levels, all the way up to cybersecurity pros) and how it could potentially cause problems for your business.
The concept of burnout is a simple one: as we’ve said, it’s a deep-seated disengagement that one of your employees feels from the job you employed them to do. Cybersecurity burnout, generally speaking, is burnout that impacts a business’ cybersecurity professionals and leads them to feel this level of disengagement. However, the reality of today’s workplace is that everyone has to be responsible for cybersecurity.
As a result, everyone is also susceptible to cybersecurity burnout.
In terms of cybersecurity burnout, the aforementioned disengagement presents itself in a few different ways:
None of this bodes well for a business, so what can be done to prevent this kind of burnout?
When it comes to cybersecurity burnout, resolving it is very similar to how you would resolve any kind of burnout:
We’re here to help you keep your business secured in any way we can, especially through our monitoring and maintenance services. This can help take some of the pressure off your employees, allowing them to focus on their tasks more effectively.
Find out more by giving us a call at (504) 840-9800 ext. 105.