Crafting policies that meet and evolve with business requirements.
Identity Theft Assistance Center
Information Security Policies form the basis for a common level of understanding within an organization regarding its security posture. Whether it’s Acceptable Use, Incident Management, BCP, Identity Access Management, Change Management, or others, it is critical that policies are well documented and continuously maintained. AsTech can help create meaningful and thorough information security policies that establish and communicate clear and concise standards.
Information security policies are the foundational documentation of a company’s security posture. They lay out in clear language what is required by the business from a technology and behavioral perspective. Effective security policies should accurately document how the business is secured. Information Security Policies require executive management approval, as they are a reflection of the corporate culture.
AsTech consultants have varied backgrounds in both public and private sectors. We have created information security policies, maintained them, and know what should be included within them. We’ll work with your team, to whatever extent desired, to create a concise and accurate set of policies and provide a clean turnover to your staff with a focus on ease of continued maintenance.
An Information Security Policy development effort is a somewhat customized service, tailored to the needs and budget of your business.
AsTech staff will review our client partner’s current set of security policies (if they exist), comparing them with security best practices and industry or regulatory standards.
AsTech will create or correct the policies identified during the review process necessary to insure that our client partner’s policies are up to date and compare well with current security best practices.
AsTech can help our client partners ratchet their policies up to the next level by augmenting the current policies with enhancements that not only meet the minimum standard, but fully encompass all aspects of internal security.