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  • Digital Signature Acceptance Policy +

    This policy's goal is to outline the circumstances under which digital signatures may be used within the organization as a replacement for conventional "wet" signatures for the purpose of verifying a signer's identity in electronic documents and correspondence created by . The intention is to clarify when a digital signature may be trusted, as communication has largely moved online.

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  • Acceptable Encryption Policy +

    The purpose of this policy is to provide guidance that limits the use of encryption to those algorithms that have received substantial public review and have been proven to work effectively. Additionally, this policy provides direction to ensure that Federal regulations are followed, and legal authority is granted for the dissemination and use of encryption technologies outside of the United States.

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  • Risk Assessment Policy +

    To provide Infosec the authority to conduct recurring information security risk assessments (RAs) in order to identify any areas of vulnerability and to start the necessary remediation.

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  • Lab Security Policy +

    This policy specifies the information security rules to aid in managing and protecting lab resources and networks by reducing the exposure of vital infrastructure and information assets to risks that may arise from unsecured hosts and unauthorized access.

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  • Software Installation Policy +

    Giving employees access to install software on business computers exposes the corporation to undue risk. When employees install software on company equipment, issues like conflicting file versions or DLLs that can prevent programs from running, the introduction of malware from infected installation software, unlicensed software that could be found during an audit, and programs that can be used to hack the organization's network are just a few examples of the issues that can arise.

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  • End User Encryption Key Protection Policy +

    Inadequate encryption key management can result in compromise and exposure of the private keys used to protect sensitive data, which compromises the data itself. Users could be aware of the need to encrypt some documents and electronic conversations, but they might not be aware of the minimal security requirements for encryption keys.

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  • Server audit policy +

    A server audit policy ensures the security, integrity, and availability of sensitive information stored on a server. It helps detect and prevent unauthorized access and potential security breaches provide a record of system activity for auditing and compliance purposes and supports incident response and forensics activities.

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  • Password Protection Policy +

    A crucial component of computer security is passwords. Unauthorized access to our most sensitive data and/or resource exploitation can be caused by a weak or compromised password. All employees, including contractors and vendors having access to systems, are in charge of choosing and protecting their passwords in accordance with the instructions specified below.

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  • Information Logging Standard +

    In order to generate proper audit logs and interface with an enterprise's log management function, this document's goal is to specify particular standards that information systems must meet.

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  • Vulnerability Patch Management +

    Patch management is an effective tool used to protect against vulnerabilities, a process that must be done routinely, and should be as all-encompassing as possible to be most effective.

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  • Data Breach Response Policy +

    A data breach response plan outlines an organization's course of action in the case of a data breach. It describes what constitutes an information security and cybersecurity incident, who is involved in the plan and how to reach them, as well as what to do in the event of a breach and what to do thereafter.

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  • Database Credentials Coding Policy +

    In order to authorize an application to connect to internal databases, database authentication credentials are a must. However, improper usage, storage, or transmission of such credentials could result in the exposure of susceptible assets and serve as a launchpad for more considerable organizational compromise.

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  • Remote Access Policy +

    A remote access policy is defined as a document containing the guidelines for connecting to a company's network from a location other than the office. As remote work continues to gain popularity, it is one technique to help secure corporate data and networks. It is especially helpful for large firms with geographically distributed people logging in from unsafe sites like their home networks. This policy helps to mitigate external risks to the best of our ability.

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  • Server security policy +

    Server security includes the procedures and equipment required to safeguard the priceless information and assets stored on a company's servers and if these servers are vulnerable can lead to a key point for malicious threat actors. So, it is crucial to ensure that there is a consistent server installation policies, ownership, and configuration management.

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  • Web Application Security Policy +

    Web applications are the most accessible place for an attacker, so it is crucial to ensure that web applications are secure and reviewed properly before deploying. It covers all web application security assessments required by any company to identify weaknesses due to misconfiguration, weak authentication, sensitive information leakage, etc.

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