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I. Executive Summary
a. Include overview of the incident
b. Include Risk Level (High, Medium, Low)
c. Determine if compromise has been contained

II. Background

III. Initial Analysis

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NSA Certified Information Security Assessment Methodology (IAM)

The NSA Certified Information Security Assessment Methodology (NSA IAM) is an information security assessment methodology that baselines assessment activities. It breaks information security assessments into three phases: pre-assessment, on-site activities, and post-assessment. Each of these phases contains mandatory activities to ensure information security assessment consistency. It is important to note, however, that NSA IAM assessments consist of only documentation review, interviews, and observation. There is no testing done during an NSA IAM assessment. The NSA released the INFOSEC Evaluation Methodology to baseline testing activities.

I. Pre-assessment Phase
The purpose of the pre-assessment phase is to define customer requirements, set the assessment scope and determine assessment boundaries, gain an understanding of the criticality of the customer's information, and create the assessment plan. The NSA IAM measures both organizational information criticality and system information criticality. Organizational information consists of the information required to perform major business functions. System information then is identified by analyzing the information that is processed by the systems that support the major business functions.

On-Site Activities Phase

Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) Security Framework

FISMA is the US Government Federal Information Security Management Act. It was passed by congress and signed into law in December of 2002 as part of the E-Government Act in order to address the issue of the information security of all US Government agencies. The US Government agency NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, provides a framework to aid agencies in implementing the programs for compliance with FISMA in the form of several standards, requirements, guidelines and recommendations documents.

What is Data Loss Prevention

Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is series of concept which also known as:
- Data Loss Prevention/Protection
- Data Leak Prevention/Protection
- Information Loss Prevention/Protection
- Information Leak Prevention/Protection
- Extrusion Prevention
- Content Monitoring and Filtering
- Content Monitoring and Protection

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