The development and maintenance of information security policies within an organization is becoming increasingly critical as organizations recognize the importance of information security. These policies provide a framework of best practices that should be followed by all employees, but at the same time remain non-threatening to the employee. Information security policies should also help to ensure risk is minimized and that security incidents are appropriately handled.
These security policies clarify the security goals of an organization in relation to its business processes, technical mechanisms and personnel behavior. A good security policy will help to ensure that systems are utilized in the intended manner, enable user understanding of their roles and responsibilities, and control legal liability.
Most organizations tend to have some form of security policy already in place. Whether documented and published or merely verbally implied and communicated, today’s standard-driven world is forcing organizations to formally document and enforce security policies based on industry standards of best practices.
SudoSecure provides a complete security policy review service to ensure an organizations security policies cover all facets of security, including the most recent threats that can reflect changes in technology, new fraud schemes and other violations that must be addressed. Or, if your organization has not yet established a policy, allow SudoSecure to work with your organization to develop a set of security policies that accurately aligns with the business needs of your organization.