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  • New Security Policy Map for US CyberSecurity Framework

    In February 2014, NIST released version 1.0 of the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cyber-security.   The frameworks is intended to be a “voluntary” set of standards that can help small and medium sized businesses develop an information security program.   (Part of the problem, of course, is that we don’t need another framework – but a …

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  • New Point-of-Sale Device Security Policy

    The piercing lens of information security changes focus quite often.  In recent weeks the security vulnerability lens is focused on point-of-sale (POS) devices.  And there seems to be good reason.  The Target breach, perhaps the largest reporting breach in history, seems to be the result of malicious software inserted into these devices via a network hole …

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  • How to Structure Information Security Policies

    We talk to customers every day about  security policies.   One of the most common questions we receive is this:  How should we structure our information security policies?  When we dig deeper, we usually find that this is a really a two-part question regarding policy structure. First, how should we name and organize our documents. Second, …

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  • Information Security Policies for PCI-DSS V3

    The PCI Security Standards Council just released Version 3.0 of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS), the set of requirements for protecting credit card data.  The update had some significant changes, including a greater focus on third-party information security. There are many articles describing the new changes to PCI-DSS V3, including a nice …

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  • ISO 27002:2013 Change Summary Heatmap

    The British Standards Institute (BSI)  recently released an updated version of ISO/IEC 27002 – Code of Practice for Information Security Controls.  This was the first major update since the 2005 release.  Many organizations are interested in how the changes will impact their information security program. What Really Changed? In our review, very little in the …

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  • Information Security Policies According to NIST

    Five Best Practices from NIST 800-53 In April 2013, NIST made the final updates to their complete catalog of information security requirements, Special Publication 800-53 Revision 4 – Security and Privacy Controls for Federal Information Systems and Organizations.  The catalog is BIG – it contains hundreds of information security and data privacy requirements organized into …

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  • Security Policies Key to HIPAA BA Compliance

    In January the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released the much-awaited final updates to the HIPAA Security, Privacy and Enforcement Rules. These updates, known as the “Omnibus Rule” were required by the HITECH Act and have been in proposal form since 2010.  The new law incorporates some major changes in the HIPAA security …

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  • New Guidance Requires Social Media Security Policies

    In January 2013, the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) posted a set of proposed guidelines for financial institutions to maintain compliance in the world of social media.   The document entitled “Social Media: Consumer Compliance Risk Management Guidance,” includes a number of specific recommendations for financial institutions that must protect customer information.  The FFIEC security …

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  • The Six Pillars of Personnel Security Policy

    The insider threat is often discussed among the top information security risks facing organizations.  In fact, for the first time in seven years of doing the study, the 2012 Ponemon Data Loss survey listed internal mistakes by insiders is the number one cause of data breaches.  What is an insider threat? This term is loosely …

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  • Most SMBs have no Information Security Policies

    87% of Business in 2012 survey have no Acceptable Use Policies Phishing attacks are now among the top security risks for organizations. Yet, according to a recent survey of small and medium-sized businesses (SMB), a full Eighty-seven (87%) percent do not have a formal written Internet security policy for employees. These findings are from a …

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