Whatever sector they operate in (industry, services, energy, public, healthcare and financial sector), organizations are encountering new challenges which require compliance with a number of security and privacy regulations.
Ex: Payment Card Security (PCI), ISO/IEC 27001 & 27002, Securing Company Financials (SOX), FISMA Security Policy, Healthcare Privacy (HIPAA, HITECH), Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), FERC and NERC Cybersecurity, Privacy, etc …
The most successful companies know how to mobilize their employees in order to follow together the same strategy. Thus, internal communication operations are highly important. But, how could we measure the impact of these internal communication campaigns? It’s true, that it’s strategic to effectively mobilize employees. But how could the company conduct communication campaigns while they barely know the audience and much less its impact on the understanding, the adhesion and the commitment of their target population?
This is the number of co-workers from companies, client of Conscio Technologies, who at the end of December 2012, attended an awareness campaign with Sensiwave.
These campaigns have addressed diverse topics. Beside transversal themes such as sustainable development, information system security, or business ethics they have addressed more specific issues linked to companies’ problematics. They so implemented surveys of the understanding of a specific service, a communication on the impact of a moving and an awareness campaign on the company values.
When setting up an intranet one of the main issues consists in its traffic. Internal Communication Department is heavily concerned by a correct level of traffic on their Intranet. After launching the Intranet and the initial enthusiasm it may encounter, risks become high to see a decrease of traffic due to a progressive lack of interest.
An interesting article of Shayne Hughes, executive of "Learning at Leaderships". He speaks about the experience in which he banned all internal e-mails at his company for a week.
In order to create scenarios for communication campaigns in hospital, Conscio Technologies added specific visuals and sketches to this environment.
People often compare the procedure of an awareness campaign on line to e-learning.
Unfortunately nothing is less true, and a large majority of awareness projects, which depend uniquely upon an approach using e-learning, lead to failure or reach only a low level of the initial objectives.
Sensiwave, the software solution developed by Conscio Technologies of France, has evolved into a fully integrated internal communications system. The company’s interactive solution — originally, a digital-security platform only — now allows for the personalisation of any internal communications campaign to better tailor it to individual users’ needs (and whether the campaign focuses on security or another topic).