Security Worries Keeping You Awake?
Everyone talks about security, but there continue to be an ever increasing number of security and data breaches that occur. Janco has reviewed over 100 instances of security and data breaches and found a number of core factors why these continue to occur. They are:
- Data is increasingly more dispersed - With the move towards network computing. BYOD, and cloud applications there are an ever increasing number of potential security breach points.
- Data volumes and velocity of change are increasing at an exponential rate - In many enterprises data is so voluminous that classifying it comprehensively and implementing standard security standards is resource-intense and one that most IT departments are not staffed to do.
- Information Technology (IT) Departments are reactive not proactive - IT departments are reluctant to invest their increasingly stretched resources in deploying another complex enterprise level infrastructure at the expense of delivering strategic value to the organization. IT departments tend to respond to problems after the fact versus identifying solutions before a problem occurs.
- User do not want to change or add processes - There is a wariness about deploying yet another set of rules and tasks to follow on each Smartphone, desktop, and laptop that might interfere with doing the users job by adding procedures, hogging processor cycles, requiring frequent updates, and slowing down the user as they try to do their jobs.
- Complexity of security compliance - Devising and implementing a comprehensive, viable security policy may get in the way of traditional business practices, requiring the involvement of not just IT but also human resources, finance and legal teams, and business unit managers.
- Addressing 20% of the problem versus the 80% - Many enterprises focus on intentional data leakage, when in reality most data leakage occurs when there is a lapse and simple proactive steps like enciphering sensitive files on laptops and seeing that only those individuals that need sensitive information have it could have prevented the problem in the first place.
The Security Manual Template provides all the essential elements of a complete security manual. Detailed language addressing more than a dozen security topics is included in this 240-page Microsoft Word document, which you can modify as you see fit to meet your business requirements. The template includes sections on critical topics such as:
Security Manual Template - Standard Edition
- Business and IT Impact Questionnaire
- Threat and Vulnerability Assessment Toolkit
- Security Management Checklist
- Full Detail Policies for
- Blog and Personal Website Policy
- Internet, Email, Social Networking, Mobile Device, and Electronic Communication Policy
- Mobile Device Policy
- Physical and Virtual File Server Policy
- Sensitive Information Policy
- Travel and Off-Site Meeting Policy
- Job Descriptions for the Chief Secrutiy Officer and Chief Compliance Officer
- HIPAA Audit Program
- GDPR Compliance Checklist to meet EU Requirements
- CCPA - California Consumer Privacy Act requirements definition
- Consumer Bill of Rights
- Sarbanes Oxley Section 404 Checklist
- Security Audit Program- fully editable -- Comes in MS EXCEL and PDF formats -- Meets GDPR, ISO 28000, 27001, 27002, Sarbanes-Oxley, PCI-DSS, HIPAA FIPS 199, and NIS SP 800-53 requirements -- Over 400 unique tasks divided into 11 areas of audit focus which are the divided into 38 separate task groupings
- Electronic forms that can be Emailed, completed via a computer or tablet, and stored electronically including: Blog Policy Compliance, BYOD Access and Use, Company Asset Employee Control Log, Email - Employee Acknowledgment, Employee Termination Checklist, FIPS 199 Assessment Electronic Form, Internet Access Request, Internet Use Approval, Internet & Electronic Communication - Employee Acknowledgment, Mobile Device Access and Use Agreement, Employee Security Acknowledgment Release, Preliminary Security Audit Checklist, Risk Assessment, Security Access Application, Security Audit Report, Security Violation Reporting, Sensitive Information Policy Compliance Agreement, Server Registration, and Threat and Vulnerability Assessment
- eReader version of the Security Manual Template
Security Manual Template - Premium Edition
- Security Team Job Descriptions MS Word Format
- Chief Compliance Officer (CCO); Chief Security Officer (CSO); VP Strategy and Architecture; Data Protection Officer (DPO); Director e-Commerce; Database Administrator; Data Security Administrator; Manager Data Security; Manager Facilities and Equipment; Manager Network and Computing Services; Manager Network Services; Manager Training and Documentation; Manager Voice and Data Communication; Manager Wireless Systems; Identity Management Protection Analyst, Information Security Analyst, Network Security Analyst; System Administrator - Linux, System Administrator - Unix; and System Administrator - Windows
Security Manual Template - Gold Edition
- IT Job Descriptions MS Word Format - Updated to meet all mandated security requirements
- 310 Job Descriptions from the Internet and IT Job Descriptions HandiGuide in MS Word Format including all of the job descriptions in the Premium Edition. Each job description is at least 2 pages long and some of the more senior positions are up to 8 pages in length.