The CEO of any organization needs to not only be part of the policies and standards that present but they also need to be the main supporter of all initiatives. Whether the CEO writes their own policies or buys them of the shelf, they need to make sure they are followed and that all compliance issues are covered correctly. It is important to remember that information security is as much a business issue as it is a technological issue. If all groups work together and abide by policies and standards that are written for the organization then the organization will stand a better chance at being secure. Having a security policy that is easily measured and enforced is the key (Symantec, 1995-2010) to this success.
To have a duty of care is to have a legal duty to take reasonable care to ensure the safety of others associated with the business or project. Identification of potential risks to others require the facilitators to assume reasonable
Goals and Objectives for a Security Organization Tracy R. Williams SEC/310 August 14, 2012 Mark Logan Goals and Objectives for a Security Organization To effectively manage a security organization, goals and objectives must be established. The security manager most assuredly should be educated on the legal aspects of organizational security and can be proactive in influencing the negative as well as the positive reports or results of the organization. Furthermore, the security manager should be knowledgeable of the value their expertise offers and the consequences or impact of failing to achieve the organization’s goals and objectives. Consequences of Failing to Achieve Goals and Objectives Security is involved and interacts with every aspect of personal, organizational, and group life. Corporate executives have come to realize that effective security protects the ultimate bottom line: that is, survival of the organization (Harowitz, 2003).
CONFIDENTIALITY Confidentiality is very important as we are working with vulnerable people. It is very important that we maintain confidentiality at all times. If we are told something in confidence by service user we must explain that if necessary we may need to report to our manager but will still be confidential unless further action is agreed or needed. Any care notes or service user’s care plan are also confidential so we must ensure this is kept safe. Anything that you have been told in confidence must not be noted in care
I have human rights to do what I want to a certain limit. The government cannot have unreasonable power over me and everything will be handled in order. The Constitution to me means that I will be protected and that I do have rights. When I think of the Constitution I think of the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial branch. These branches mean that there will be laws to protect me.
You have a legal and moral responsibility to provide truthful and accurate information to customers. Failure to do this can have consequences for you personally and for your
Week 3 Assignment: Using Roles Lane Carey CMGT/430 October 21, 2013 Instructor: Stephen Jones Controlling access to sensitive information is an important part of the risk management strategy for McBride Financial services. Knowing who should have access to sensitive information may seem like a straight-forward decision; but knowing how to control access can be difficult. Access controls help maintain the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information. When protecting information across the organization, separating duties and defining roles will assist the determination of data and system access needs of individuals in the organization. A role-based access control system is the best way to set and maintain the access needs for the organization.
| Transport officer’s complacency | 10 | 3 | 13 | Use well trained officers and ensure they are aware of and understand the policy. | Transporting inmates is among the most dangerous, but necessary aspects of law enforcement and corrections. When transporting all possible threats should be anticipated and a plan devised incase something were to happen. Planning a route can be the most secure way to
Every company involved must do its part of resolving any legal disputes, such as drafting a choice-of-law clause. Drafting this clause is a good beginning because it helps both parties protect and define specific laws. If a legal dispute does arise both parties may want to consider other options before taking any legal actions, options like; the original contract, the partnership, relations and investments with the country in which the company is located, and government laws where business is transacted. A factor that may not have a favorable outcome
Regulatory frameworks are requiring organizations, like yours to implement the necessary safeguards to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information. (Khansa & Liginlal, 2009, p. 1) The importance of information security cannot be over-emphasized. It is imperative that you invest in information security as it comes with protection and resilience against malicious attacks. According to Khansa & Liginlal, if we prevent malicious attacks on this company, monetary damages from attacks would be reduced and customers’ information would be saved from compromise, preventing any negative publicity for this company, (Khansa & Liginlal, 2009, p. 17) In a nutshell, information security tries to set security controls to prevent theft or damage to data or assets on your computer. The damage could be from internal or external.