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Responding to Information System Security Treats

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The original posting question: How should organizations respond to information system security threats?

The most vital step is for the organization to recognize that security threats are real - and initiate a defense. Policies and procedures must exist on how information systems will be managed, what protocol are utilized to monitor security violations, along with possible disciplinary and/or termination action if employees are involved in breaches.

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Organizations should treat security threats as plausible and initiate a defense. In order to have an appropriate level of defense to any threat, the first step would be to have a clearly defined policy on how such circumstances will be managed and by whom. For example, if ...

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This solution is about 200 words and provides recommendations for how an organization should respond to security threats of its information systems.

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