Information Security Governance Monitoring Activities Checklist

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ISO 27001 Information Security Governance Monitoring Activities Checklist Free Download
Download free Information Security Governance Monitoring Activities Checklist. This checklist covers basic activities within Information Security Governance such as:

Plans of Action and Milestones (POA&M)
POA&Ms assist in identifying, assessing, prioritizing, and monitoring the progress of corrective efforts for security weaknesses found in programs and systems. The POA&M tracks the measures implemented to correct deficiencies and to reduce or eliminate known vulnerabilities. POA&Ms can also assist in identifying performance gaps, evaluating an agency’s security performance and efficiency, and conducting oversight.

Measurement and Metrics
Metrics are tools designed to improve performance and accountability through the collection, analysis, and reporting of relevant performance-related data. Information security metrics monitor the accomplishment of goals and objectives by quantifying the implementation level of security controls and the efficiency and effectiveness of the controls, by analyzing the adequacy of security activities, and by identifying possible improvement actions.

Continuous Assessment
The continuous assessment process monitors the initial security accreditation of an information system to track the changes to the information system, analyzes the security impact of those changes, makes appropriate adjustments to the security controls and to the system’s security plan, and reports the security status of the system to appropriate agency officials.

Configuration Management
The continuous assessment process monitors the initial security accreditation of an information system to track the changes to the information system, analyzes the security impact of those changes, makes appropriate adjustments to the security controls and to the system’s security plan, and reports the security status of the system to appropriate agency officials.

Network Monitoring
Information about network performance and user behavior on the network will help security program managers identify areas in need of improvement as well as point out potential performance improvements. This information can be correlated with other sources of information, such as POA&M and CM, to createcomprehensive picture of security program status.

Incident and Event Statistics
Incident statistics are valuable in determining the effectiveness of security policies and procedures implementation. Incident statistics provide security program managers with further insights into the status of security programs under their purview, observe program activities performance trends, and inform program managers about the needs to change policies and procedures.

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