Security Policies and Procedures Development

SecureState reviews current policies and develops improved, compliant documentation.

Proper documentation is an essential part of any security program. In addition to helping demonstrate compliance, documentation allows employees and other stakeholders to identify responsibility and more efficiently perform their job functions. SecureState develops policies required by compliance and those called for by best practices.

Benefits

Proper documentation is an essential part of any security program. In addition to helping demonstrate compliance, documentation allows employees and other stakeholders to identify responsibility and more efficiently perform their job functions. Multiple laws and regulations also require documented information security policies and procedures. These include the PCI-DSS, TR-39, GLBA, and the standards related to HIPAA, such as NIST 800-66.

Expertise

SecureState consultants have reviewed and created literally thousands of information security and information technology policies and procedures. These policies and procedures are tailored specifically to your organization and will ensure audits can be passed and employees know their roles and responsibilities. 

Approach and Methodology

SecureState will begin developing policies by interviewing personnel for process clarifications. We will also review your organization's existing policies and procedures as a baseline. SecureState will then leverage our experience to develop policy, procedure, and standard templates for use by your organization.

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