20th NISSC Internet Technical Security Policy Panel
Formal IT security policy helps establish standards for IT resource protection by assigning program management responsibilities and providing basic rules, guidelines, and definitions for everyone in the organization. Policy thus helps prevent inconsistencies that can introduce risks, and policy serves as a basis for the enforcement of more detailed rules and procedures.
An excellent guide to computer & network security with a strong focus on writing and implementing security policy. This is primarily for security managers and system administrators.
How to write an effective network security policy. This is Part 4 of a 5 part tutorial on Internet and network security.
InfoWorld article - It's easy to develop e-mail and Internet policies, but education and documentation are crucial to their success.
How to create and publish your company's platform for privacy performance policy, a W3C initiative, in 6 steps.
Security standards are needed by organizations because of the amount of information, the value of the information, and ease with which the information can be manipulated or moved.
A security policy is a set of rules written in general terms stating what is permitted and what is not permitted in a system during normal operation.
A well-written, well-run security policy prevents cracks from appearing in your network's foundation.
Discussion of what should go into the creation of an intrusion detection plan and the expected results.