How to start using Cyberday

If you would like to start using Cyberday, you can open a free 14-days trial. You can find the link for our trial on our website.

Cyberday can be used either in your web browser or directly in your MS Teams app. The benefit of using Cyberday in Teams is , that you will get notifications directly there.

Read more about How to start using Cyberday in Teams

The basics

When the account has been created, you should start with the basics. You can add the basic organization and account information in the settings of your account in Cyberday.

1. Fill in your payment information

This step is optional for trial users. Payment information can be filled out from settings.

It's worth noting that the yearly subscription is cheaper then the monthly payments.

2. Fill in the Organization settings

In the organization settings you can fill in the company name and logo. You can also link your SharePoint to later add external files to tasks or documentation in Cyberday. Add a company logo, so i.e. your reports will show your organization's own logo in the front page.

3. Invite other users

In Cyberday, teamwork plays a key role. Inviting other users increases your work efficiency and effectivity. Inviting others also makes your information security management system more comprehensive. You can invite others from settings. We recommend to invite the core team that will work more in Cyberday to get things started. Read more about user management: inviting and managing other users

Choose your frameworks

We are continuously adding new frameworks to Cyberday and we take requests from clients on what frameworks to add. You can vote for frameworks directly in Cyberday in our framework library. You can choose your framework from the Organization dashboard. Mark your primary framework with the star to keep the best overview! You can activate and deactivate frameworks from the library at any point without any additional costs. If you deactivate a framework you have done some work for already, the work will not be deleted.

Activate the frameworks of your choice and set a primary framework.

Read more about available frameworks and how to wish for new ones.

Delegate themes and tasks to your team

Tasks are one of the main content types in Cyberday. Tasks that need to be done can be viewed from the framework report of the active frameworks, the framework page or from the task lists under the themes. From the Organization dashboard, you can see the management system that has been divided in to themes. Read more about delegating tasks to your team.

  • Activate first tasks
  • Set owners to themes

Monitor your progress: Compliance report

A great way to monitor progress is the compliance report. It can be accessed from the organization dashboard.

The compliance report shows a summary of the requirements of the framework in question. it is easy to see what requirements need attention and what have been handled.

Share guidelines to employees

Guidelines are one of the main content types in Cyberday. Target the appropriate guidelines to the right employees.The guidelines should be relevant to employees so that they perceive them as necessary. Employees using mobile devices in the organisation should be instructed on updating them, those engaged in mobile work should be educated on data privacy while on the go, the IT department should be provided guidelines on securely setting up new software projects, customer service staff should be informed about registered data protection rights, and so on. Read more on how to distribute guidelines to employees.

Create documentation

Start with simple documentation items e.g. data systems and system providers. Read more about documentation for important data assets here.

Questions and feedback

With these steps you'll get a head start to your ISMS work. If you have any further questions, would need another help article or would like to give some feedback? Please contact our team via or the chat box in the right lower corner.

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