Policy Example SunSpot Credit Union Computer Incident Response Team—Access & Authorization Policy 1.0 Policy Statement This policy applies to SunSpot Credit Union employees, temporary workers, contractors, and consultants who use or access SunSpot Credit Union information systems and computers. 2.0 Purpose/Objectives Definitions for this policy are as follows: SunSpot Credit Union: (SCU). Incident Response Team:… Read More »
SunSpot Health Care Provider Remote Access Policy for Remote Workers & Medical Clinics 1.0 Policy Statement It is SunSpot Health Care Provider (SHCP) policy to protect Information Resources based on risk against accidental or unauthorized disclosure, modification, or destruction, and assure the Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability (CIA) of clinic and patient data. Apply appropriate physical and… Read More »
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD): Organizations allowing employees to use their own personal devices such as smart phone and tablets to conduct organization business. The SANS Reading Room article, SANS Survey on Mobility/BYOD Security Policies and Practices found that 61% of organizations allowed personal devices to connect to protected company systems, but only 9% of organizations were truly… Read More »
Access Control Lists (ACLs) are essential for managing access and enhancing security in operating systems. Learn about Discretionary Access Control Lists (DACLs), System Access Control Lists (SACLs), Access Control Entries (ACEs), and their roles in controlling access and auditing. Understand the structure, functionality, and real-world applications of ACLs to effectively manage access permissions and protect your system. Explore the power of ACLs in securing your resources and enforcing strong security measures.