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NCJ Number: 200305 Find in a Library
Title: Six Essentials of Maximum Infosec Security
Journal: Cyber-Crime Fighter  Volume:2  Issue:5  Dated:May 2003  Pages:1-3
Author(s): Mark Doll
Date Published: May 2003
Page Count: 3
Type: Technical Assistance
Format: News/Media
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This article describes six characteristics of a solid information security program.
Abstract: Building a strong foundation is key to creating a first-class information security program. The author describes six characteristics that are imperative to building a strong foundation for the security program. The first characteristic, alignment, involves aligning the digital security program with the organization’s business practices and objectives. Enterprise-wide application, the second characteristic, is crucial in order to avoid the pitfalls of a unit-by-unit information security program. The third characteristic involves continuous development and improvement of the program, and the fourth characteristic is a proactive approach to mitigating risk. Validation by a third-party analyst is the fifth characteristic, while a strict adherence to a formal management style is the sixth characteristic of a solid information security management program.
Main Term(s): Information Systems and Technology
Index Term(s): Computer privacy and security; Information Security; Science and Technology
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