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Subject:FW: IT Security Policy & Procedures Manual From:"Steve Hudson" <steve -at- wright -dot- com -dot- au> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Tue, 27 Feb 2001 12:57:11 +1100
Yar and yar.
All resources require physical and virtual protection.
Access needs to be restricted.
Identify the NUMBER of required security catagories. Typical examples
- Commercial In Confidence - The closest a business should ever come to
public domain. These materials pose no threat to the business if exposed to
- Restricted - cause some damage, need to be kept behind a firewall with
ESA compliant (user-id password kept encrypted) access set to deny everyone
who doersnt need it.
- Secret - cannot exist on a networked computer. All copies must be
controlled and destroyed when finished with.
Now some places have a need for several sub-catagories in each level. They
may have secret documents that arent super duper secret and MUST be shared
on a networked environment.
After identifying all electronic and physical resources, identify the user
groups to use them. Ensure these groups and their access requirements are
More details on request.
>From Faulk, Merv
I'm in the process of preparing an IT Security Policy & Procedures
Manual for a company. Has anybody out there done one...and have any advice
for a newbee?
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