In this video, learn the importance of policies in reducing risk. Explore the major types of security policies, including privacy, acceptable use, and information security policies. Additionally, learn about the basic principles of security policy including least privilege, separation of duties, mandatory vacations, and job rotation.
- [Narrator] Every organization approaches security policies…a little bit differently.…The details of an organization's policy will vary…depending upon several factors,…including the culture of the organization.…For example, an organization with a relaxed,…empowering culture might have very few policies…that don't contain detailed security restrictions.…The details of security policies also depend upon…the industry that the organization is in.…For example, healthcare providers will likely have…greater control around data privacy…than a publishing company would.…
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- Security governance
- Security roles and responsibilities
- Security policies
- Complying with laws and regulations
- Auditing and assessing security
- Personnel security
- Security training
- Vendor management
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1. Security Governance
2. Security Policy
3. Regulatory Compliance
4. Assessing Security Processes
5. Personnel Security
6. Awareness and Training
7. Vendor Management
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