The Step By Step Course For Developing Your Information Security Program Which Is Key For Any Organization Looking To Use Secure & Optimized Processes While Reducing Cost.
Your Information Security Program (ISP) is a set of cybersecurity policies, procedures. and standards that is tailored to manage the security components of your organizational workflows and business processes.
There are several strategies and tactics when developing and implementing information security policies throughout your organization.
Many organizations today worry about having a policy set so they can check the box, rather than developing a set of policies that drive security practices through the company’s operations.
Within this course we will discuss what I have found to be the best and most effective strategy to develop and implement security policies and practices.
Your organizational policies are going to cover all of your “Though Shall Not” statements, while organizational procedures document the internal departmental processes. The organizational IT Standards define the requirements for the organizational assets and network infrastructure.
Everyone has a role in securing the organization’s sensitive data, and that includes leadership. Defining the employee role in securing the critical link to ensuring a higher level of security for your business assets.
Compliance with regulatory requirements will force many businesses to pay attention to how their information impacts their business and customers. There is a cost to establishing a solid securities program that protects and supports the organization.
Creating a security program that is effective and agile requires a great amount of planning, execution, and ongoing monitoring.
In this course we will cover these and other topics:
- Understanding Organizational Culture and Security
- Meeting Governance Requirements
- Selecting A Framework
- Developing and Communicating Policies Effectively
- Providing training and awareness
- Promoting Good Security Practices
- Identifying and Reporting Security Events
- Documentation and Centralized Up Keeping of information
- Structuring The Five Layers
- Using Security Standards To Drive Informal Processes
- Conducting Annual Security Reviews
- Updating IT Processes and Standards