Information Security Policy Development and Review
Many organizations do not have the time and/or resources to develop and review all the necessary information security policies they need. Most feel that a password or acceptable use policy will suffice. It does not. To align with the NIST framework, organizations should have a minimum of twenty-three (23) separate policies that cover the five (5) main functions of an information security program. (Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, and Recover).
While this can be daunting task for any size organization, it does not have to be. With the aid of our team of cyber security professionals, you will have the necessary resources to help develop and/or the required policies, in a fraction of the time.
- Identify existing and needed Information Security policies governing the organization.
- Strategically develop policies based on risk and prioritization of the organization.