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Well-written IT Policies, Procedures and Security Plans reduce operating costs and improve organizational performance by enhancing consistency and establishing clear criteria for computer, network, hardware, software, information security, and IT vendor management. Establishing consistent IT Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) best practices and operational methods are a vital component in safeguarding your information systems, IT assets, and IT investments.

IT Policies

Whether aligning with the best practices of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Cybersecurity Framework (NIST CSF), or for specific regulatory requirements such as PCI, HIPAA or CMMC, RSI will help customize and implement your IT Policy set. Polices include, but are not limited to:

  • Cybersecurity Program Charter
  • Privacy Policy
  • Network Security Policy
  • Antivirus/Anti-Malware Policy
  • Security Awareness Training Policy
  • Asset Management Policy
  • Access Management Policy
  • Password Policy
  • Data Classification Policy
  • Data Retention Policy
  • Backup & Recovery Policy
  • Physical Protection Policy
  • Logging & Monitoring Policy
  • Access Control Policy
  • Change Management Policy
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RSI will assist in identifying, planning, developing and documenting IT processes to strengthen operational effectiveness and enhance cybersecurity. At the end of the engagement, client will have audit-ready procedures documents that can be used to enforce policies and processes based on the standards and controls of frameworks and regulations.

Security Plans

Whereas a policy identifies the rules that will be followed to maintain security in a system, or the organization as a whole; a Security Plan details how those rules will be implemented and who has the responsibility to carry those details out. Security Plans are essential to an organization’s ability to respond to and recover from threats to organizational operations, or to proactively identify, prioritize and remediate internal and external weaknesses. Security Policies include, but are not limited to:

  • Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity Plan
  • Incident Response Plan (Incident Response Reporting, Breach Notification)
  • Risk Management Policy & Plan
  • Third-Party Risk Management Policy & Plan
  • Vulnerability Management Plan