10 Step Security Plan for 3rd Party Access
As CIOs move more data into the public environment a plan needs to be put in place for 3rd party access
A 10 step security plan for 3rd party access to enterprise systems is a must with the increased use of Internet processing, public access to enterprise data, and the day to day use of public systems by business operations.
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- Create an asset inventory and tracking to reduce the risk of network-connected assets being out of compliance with policy.
- Understand the cloud-based environment where all users are considered remote, and apply controls similar to how they have historically provided access to third parties.
- Make changes in how the organization manages and controls these various user-types by incorporating concepts such as zero-trust, network abstraction, extended identity validation and full-session recording to effectively reduce the overall risk and isolate any potential impact caused by third parties or remote user actions.
- Define a plan which meets the requirements for external contractors, employees, and B2B entities.
- Coordinate third party access plan in conjunction with their business units and develop a solid communications plan.
- Create rules for access using the appropriate level of controls commensurate with their given risk profiles, to include: isolation/segmentation, encryption, and federation integrations.
- Establish access points and rules for data availability to third parties
- Invest in ways to authenticate third-party users beyond simple user name and password.
- Define metrics which address compliance variances and risks, and build an end-to-end security and risk view for the entire enterprise.
- Create a reporting system which track access, access violations, downloads and total usage. This should be real-time and have assigned individuals monitor and report and deviations.
- Business and IT Impact Questionnaire
- Threat and Vulnerability Assessment Toolkit
- Security Management Checklist
- Full Detail Policies for
- Blog and Personal Website Policy
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- Mobile Device Policy
- Physical and Virtual File Server Policy
- Sensitive Information Policy
- Travel and Off-Site Meeting Policy
- Job Descriptions for the Chief Compliance Officer, Chief Security Officer, Data Protection Officer, Manager Security and Workstations, Manager WFH Support, Security Architect, and Systems Administrator.
- Work From Home (WFH) operational rules
- 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
- HIPPA Audit Proram
- 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
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