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You were also made aware of the important
role played by education. In order for users to follow policy, you
need to communicate to them how their interests are served by those
policies, and interact with them to determine how some policies may
make their lives more difficult, and work with them to improve those
policies. User awareness is critical, since employees need to be aware
of policies and significant vulnerabilities (such as viruses and social
engineering attempts) in order to best exercise due care
in the performance of their job duties.
Finally, you learned the importance
of complete, up-to-date documentation, including:
- Standards and Guidelines, specifying the
standards and guidelines your organization/department adhere to.
- Systems Architecture, including network
maps, lists of software installed on systems, configuration printouts,
- Change Documentation, which tracks changes
to system and network configuration over time; not only is this a valuable
history, but it may also be useful if the most recent change broke
something and the administrator who made the change isnt
around to explain what he did.
- Logs and Inventories, documenting equipment
maintenance, backups, etc.; inventories may include asset lists, inventories
of spare parts, available backup media, etc.
- Classification, specifying the sensitivity
of particular types of data and/or systems.
- Notification, who must be notified in
the event of certain events like intrusion detection, theft, disaster,
- Retention/Storage, policies and procedures
for securely storing physical and electronic records, specifying where
they are stored and how long they are kept; this may be partly determined
by industry regulations followed by your organization.
- Destruction, how and when documentation
and other items such as media are destroyed; for high-security installations,
the procedures involved may be complex.
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