Protect your organization's sites with a leak-proof security policy

Thursday, 11 November 2004, 12:07 AM EST

Every organization requires some type of a network site security policy that will protect the organization's valuable assets -- everything from systems to data. The policy guidelines presented here will help you to establish an enterprise-wide program for how internal and external users will interact with a company's computer network, how the corporate computer architecture topology will be implemented, and where computer assets will be located.

To create a good site policy for computer security, you need to do two things: determine your company's expectations of proper computer and network use, and define the procedures to prevent and respond to security incidents.

By Elizabeth M. Ferrarini at NewsForge.

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