20.4 – Disaster Recovery/Contingency Planning

20.4 – Disaster Recovery/Contingency Planning
Managing Security policy Security policies should be an enterprise’s first line of protection, but they usually do not play as important a role as they should. The policy format is an existing document that requires being formed in such a way to accommodate the common employee population, the IT department, third-party auditors as well as potential partners and dealers. Comprehensive policies require to be written in such a way that updates do not become excessively troublesome, but can bring a call to action to avoid breaches from happening, or lay out the correct processes should a breach happen. Most organizations…
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