By Steve Purser
This groundbreaking publication is helping you grasp the administration of data defense, focusing on the proactive attractiveness and backbone of the sensible problems with constructing and enforcing IT protection for the firm. Drawing upon the authors' wealth of worthwhile event in high-risk advertisement environments, the paintings specializes in the necessity to align the data safety strategy as an entire with the necessities of the fashionable firm, which includes empowering company managers to regulate info security-related danger. all through, the ebook areas emphasis at the use of easy, pragmatic hazard administration as a device for decision-making. the 1st ebook to hide the strategic problems with IT protection, it lets you: comprehend the variation among extra theoretical remedies of data protection and operational truth; find out how info safety probability could be measured and as a consequence controlled; outline and execute a data safety process layout and enforce a safety structure; and make sure that restricted assets are used optimally.
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This has the advantage of allowing flexibility but preventing abuse by imposing an arduous process on those seeking waivers. The information-security policy is usually quite a high-level document, which concentrates on major issues and avoids unnecessary detail. There are many reasons for this approach: ◗ This limits the overall size of the document, keeping it focused and readable. ◗ The content is simplified, and specific expertise is not required to understand it. 5 Policy and standards ◗ 33 By avoiding details, the expected lifetime of the policy is increased, and it is not necessary to update the text frequently to reflect technical progress.
Where security decisions are made, this is done on the basis of policy requirements. ◗ The security policy was written several years ago and is largely theoretical. As a result, few staff members have read it. No attempt has been made to interpret policy requirements by producing lower level documents, such as security standards. ◗ Responsibilities are poorly defined, and where descriptions of such responsibilities do exist, they do not match what happens in reality. ◗ The dialogue between the security department and the end users is poor.
A Practical Guide to Managing Information Security by Steve Purser