When you do business with a organization, you do more than simply exchange money for a product or service, with that flexibility come security risks… Read More »GISF: Is it sensitive personal information?
Knowledge management is any system that helps people in your organization share, access, and update business knowledge and information. And also, related terms like analytics,… Read More »GISF: Is management aware of the specific technology systems that support business activities?
Make data security an everyday priority by practicing good cyber hygiene and constantly reviewing your security habits, limit the instances when employees need to be… Read More »GISF: Does the information security policy include protection from malware?
Enterprise architecture is a logical organization of a business and its supporting data, applications, and IT infrastructure, with clearly defined goals and objectives for the… Read More »GISF: What is architecture and how is it created?
While the risk of mobile phones and BYOD to your enterprise has been acknowledged (but mostly overlooked by many enterprises), next of kin, wearables, may… Read More »GISF: What observable behavior might put your enterprise at risk?
Often, an initiative will use many different strategies–providing information, enhancing support, removing barriers, providing resources, etc.–to achieve its goals, it is that part of management… Read More »GISF: Does the guideline support the goals and objectives of risk management?
Procurement, and transportation with precision and respond to changing market conditions in real-time, whether a software organization is competing in the marketplace or trying to… Read More »GISF: What is your level of maturity of Automation for Access Control Management?
When you consider how data gets moved and how business transactions flow from one point to another, you are describing process requirements, data collection is… Read More »GISF: How do you define your population?
Ensure compliance and get to least privilege by giving business users the power to review and manage access controls without IT assistance. As a result,… Read More »GISF: Can the vendor provide policies on customers rights for request to audit and audit rights?
Initial setup of an infrastructure-based wireless network requires little more than a single access point, while unmanaged switches have none and web-managed switches have some,… Read More »GISF: What are some examples of a managed access control point?