Policies and Procedures Services
Our Cyber and IT Security Policies and Procedures Service is designed to help you safeguard your organization’s data, end-users and assets.
The service ensures your organization meets and exceeds protection security requirements and best practices.
An updated cybersecurity policy is a key security resource for all organizations. Without one, employees, contractors and third party vendors don’t have clear guidance on what is required, and can cost an organization substantially in fines, legal fees, settlements, loss of public trust, and brand degradation. Creating and maintaining a policy can help prevent these adverse outcomes.
Cybersecurity policies are also critical to the public image and credibility of an organization. Customers, partners, shareholders, and prospective employees want evidence that the organization can protect its sensitive data. Without a cybersecurity policy, an organization may not be able to provide such evidence.
- Access Control Policy
- Account Privileges Policy
- Anti-Malware Policy
- Backup Policy
- Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Policy
- Data Breach Response Policy
- E-mail and Messaging Acceptable Use Policy
- Encryption of At-Risk Devices Policy
- Incident Response Plan Policy
- IT Asset Management Policy
- Mobile Device Policy
- Patch Management Policy
- Suspected Legal or Ethical Violations Policy
- Vulnerability Scanning Policy
- Web Access Policy
- Data Breach Reporting Procedure
- IT Threat-Risk Reporting Procedure
- Patching Procedure
- Software Installation and Licensing Procedure
- Suspected Legal or Ethical Violations Reporting Procedure
- Web Download Procedure
Policy: “a course or principle of action adopted or proposed by an organization or individual.”
Process: “a series of actions or steps taken in order to achieve a particular end.”
Procedure: “an established or official way of doing something.
The purpose of your Cyber Security policy includes:
- Clearly articulate and disseminate Cyber Security policies and procedures to end-users, contractors or vendors.
- Detection and prevention of security breaches caused by lack of guidance, misuse of networks, data, applications, computer systems and mobile devices.l
- To protection the organization’s reputation
- To uphold ethical, legal and regulatory requirements
- To protect corporate and personal data and respond to inquiries regarding compliance of security requirements and data protection