P. Holbrook, J. Reynolds
This handbook is a guide to setting computer security policies and procedures for sites that have systems on the Internet. This guide lists issues and factors that a site must consider when setting their own policies. It makes some recommendations and gives discussions of relevant areas.
this guide is only a framework for setting security policies and procedures. In order to have an effective set of policies and procedures, a site will have to make many decisions, gain agreement, and then communicate and implement the policies.
2 establishing Official Site Policy on Computer Security
3 Establishing Procedures to Prevent Security Problems
4 Types of Security Procedures
5 Incident Handling
6 Establishing Post-Incident Procedures
A hard-copy of this is in Haas
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