Policies and Procedures

Create custom security policies and procedures that fit your organization.

What is the purpose of Security Policies and Procedures?

A security policy describes information security objectives and strategies of an organization. The basic purpose of a security policy is to protect people and information, set the rules for expected behaviors by users, and define and authorize the consequences of violation.

How do you write Security Policies and Procedures?

Identify your risks
Make sure the policy conforms to legal requirements
Include staff in policy development
Train your employees
Get it in writing
Set clear penalties for non-compliance and enforce them 

What makes for a good Security Policy?

There are three primary characteristics of a good security policy: Most importantly, the policy must be enforceable, and it must apply to everyone. The policy must be capable of being implemented through system administration procedures, and through the publication of acceptable-use guidelines or other appropriate methods.

What are Security Procedures?

A security procedure is a set sequence of necessary activities that perform a specific security task or function. Procedures are normally designed as a series of steps, to be followed as a consistent and repetitive approach or cycle to accomplish an end result.

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