By Douglas W. Frye
Corporation community directors are forced at the present time to aggressively pursue a strong community safety regime. This e-book goals to offer the reader a powerful, multi-disciplinary figuring out of ways to pursue this objective. This specialist quantity introduces the technical matters surrounding safety in addition to how protection regulations are formulated on the govt point and communicated through the association. Readers will achieve a greater figuring out of the way their colleagues on "the different part of the fence" view the company’s safeguard and may hence be higher built to behave in a fashion that forwards the company’s targets.
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7 Discussion Questions What kind of IT network setup does your organization use? Does your organization use a firewall? Does the software ever block traffic? Are there ever conflicts between the business people and the IT security people over performance? Chapter 4 Legitimate Networl^ Access Chapter 4 Objective • This chapter will discuss the various ways in which a user may legitimately access an organization's network. 1 Introduction There are several ways to gain access to a computer or network, but the concept of "authentication" is the same no matter what the means used.
In your job do you know everyone to whom you might provide proprietary information? Do you have security procedures to follow to authenticate that the person requesting the information is entitled to have it? How does your job fit into the overall mission of your organization? Why is it necessary? Which business processes do you support? Network Security Policies and Procedures 25 In how many ways are you able to access your organization's IT systems? Do you have access to the IT systems of other organizations?
This risk assessment can be conducted in a "risk times impact" formula. In this calculation, the potential negative consequences to the company of a certain occurrence is multiplied by the risk of that event happening. If, for example, there is a 1% chance of unauthorized disclosure happening with every transaction, and 300 transactions occur each day, then on an average day three unauthorized disclosures will be made! If the minimum damage caused by disclosure is zero, but the maximum is $10,000, then on the worst day possible $30,000 worth of damage will be done to the company.