Perfecting the security policy process

Phebe Waterfield, Security Analyst, Yankee Group, presented this session at Information

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Security Decisions
Fall 2005.


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The best security policies are both comprehensive and easy to understand. But creating these sorts of policies is often easier said than done. In this presentation, learn how to draft, implement and enforce an effective security policy. Discover in-the-trenches tactics for perfecting the security policy process and find out:

  • Who should be involved in creating and updating policy
  • Examples and templates of concise security policies that work
  • Helpful hints to effectively communicate a policy to employees and enforce it
  • Best practices to design policies that don't have to change by accounting for organizational growth and technology changes
  • How to update policies and determine when it's necessary to do so

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This was first published in October 2005

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