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NIST SP Information Security Testing and Assessment Engagement Templates

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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. Purpose
Identifies the purpose of the document as well as the organization being tested, the group conducting the testing (or, if an external entity, the organization engaged to conduct the testing), and the purpose of the security test.

1.2. Scope
Identifies test boundaries in terms of actions and expected outcomes.

1.3. Assumptions and Limitations
Identifies any assumptions made by the organization and the test team. These may relate to any aspect of the test to include the test team, installation of appropriate safeguards for test systems, etc.

1.4. Risks
Inherent risks exist when conducting information security tests—particularly in the case of intrusive tests. This section should identify these risks, as well as mitigation techniques and actions to be employed by the test team to reduce them.

1.5. Document Structure
Outlines the ROE’s structure, and describes the content of each section.

Antivirus Control Policy Templates

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A very good antivirus technology would be useless if without proper internal control, especially people control. Or in extreme example even the world best antivirus technology would not give any advantageous if the user turn off the automatic update do to it will reduce the computer performance.

ISO 27001 Information Security Management Questionnaire Certification as per ISO 27001

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The purpose of this ISO 27001 Information Security Management Questionnaire Certification is to collate information within the scope of the project meeting in order to prepare a quotation and assist the certification body in contract review. It forms part of the audit documentation. The statements will be verified during audit stage

ISMS responsibility for the ISMS
- has been fully and separately regulated on all levels (e.g. independent ISMS representative)
- to some extent includes supervisory, cross-site functions (e.g. at operating level)
- is administered at all levels by the persons responsible for the other MS

The ITIL V3 Qualification Scheme FAQ

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What is a "qualification scheme"?

A qualification scheme is a roadmap for achieving a Professional Certification. It typically consists of a set of intermediate Credentials which build and depend upon each other which in total demonstrate that the skills and knowledge embedded in the Certification have been achieved. The ITIL V3 qualification scheme is very different from the V2 in that it defines different subject matter ladders to climb, has more levels to the scheme, provides guidance on how to achieve each type and level of Certification, delineates the prerequisites for each level and lays out the roles and responsibilities of the different organizations participating in the scheme.

Why is there a new ITIL qualification scheme?

Although much of ITIL content is the same between version 2 and version 3, its scope, its orientation and the structure of its advice have evolved significantly. The new scheme takes these changes into account and therefore has become a modular points-based system

Wireless Network Communication Security Policy

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1 Overview


The purpose of this policy is to secure and protect the information assets owned by . provides computer devices, networks, and other electronic information systems to meet missions, goals, and initiatives. grants access to these resources as a privilege and must manage them responsibly to maintain the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of all information assets.

This policy specifies the conditions that wireless infrastructure devices must satisfy to connect to network. Only those wireless infrastructure devices that meet the standards specified in this policy or are granted an exception by the Information Security Department are approved for connectivity to a network.

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