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Information Security Policies / Contingency Planning

This solution provides the learner with an understanding of management's role in the development and enforcement of information security policies, standards, practices, procedures and guidelines. In particular, the solution describes how an organization institutionalizes policies, standards, and practices using education, training, and awareness. Further, this solution explains the concept of contingency planning and how contingency planning is related to incident response planning, disaster recovery planning, and business continuity planning.

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Management's responsibility goes beyond the basics of support. It is not enough just to bless the information security program; management must own up to the program by becoming a part of the process. Becoming part of the process involves showing leadership in the same manner that managers show leadership in other aspects of the organization.

Management has specific goals for the organization, and most security and information system professionals are not in the position to understand or appreciate these nuances. Because security is not something that can be wrapped into a package and ...

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This solution provides the learner with an understanding of management's role in the development and enforcement of information security policies, standards, practices, procedures and guidelines. In particular, the solution describes how an organization institutionalizes policies, standards, and practices using education, training, and awareness. Further, this solution explains the concept of contingency planning and how contingency planning is related to incident response planning, disaster recovery planning, and business continuity planning.

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