Peer Practices: Portima and Beltug create security policy template
With security and related issues constantly among the priorities of ICT decision makers, Portima and Beltug have collaborated to create a document based on Portima’s own security policy, which offers a template for organisations to create their security policies.
24 / 10 / 19
You can use it to outline and present your company’s general objectives regarding a security policy; it thus acts as an ‘umbrella’ document for all other security-related documentation.
In addition to providing a set of definitions and acronyms companies can use, it includes sections on: information security strategy, internal and external organisation of information security, mobile devices and teleworking, HR IT security, asset management and control, cryptographic control, physical and environmental security, and more.