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Take a Portfolio Approach to Policy Management. Find the right balance between risk mitigation and operational efficiency. The need for a new policy is generally initiated in response to a new regulatory compliance standard or industry framework, or because of a mandate from the business which requires some degree of guidance over a new initiative. Approaching policy creation in this reactive manner often results in an excessive number of documents that are narrow in scope and don’t address t

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Take a Portfolio Approach to Policy Management. Find the right balance between risk mitigation and operational efficiency. The need for a new policy is generally initiated in response to a new regulatory compliance standard or industry framework, or because of a mandate from the business which requires some degree of guidance over a new initiative. Approaching policy creation in this reactive manner often results in an excessive number of documents that are narrow in scope and don’t address the underlying risk. Policies lag behind changing business and technology demands and compliance requirements. Employees complain that policies restrict them from doing their job. A study by Cisco showed that the majority of employees and IT Professionals believe that their organization’s security policies need improvement and updating: o 47% of employees believe their policies need updating. o 77% of IT professionals believe their policies need updating. “A lot of employees are saying, 'This is the way I'm working now,' so a lot of these IT policies need to catch up.” - John Maddison, Vice President of Marketing, Fortinet Inc. Source: TechTarget, “Survey: IT's cloud, BYOD policies don't deter Gen Y use.” Manage your policies like a portfolio. · Think of your portfolio of policies like a high-powered engine. Policies should work together like a well-oiled machine. You need a framework for establishing the right mix of IT policies to adequately support the business while mitigating risks. Find the right balance by managing your policies like a portfolio. o The need for policies should be driven by risks and their impact on your processes. o You don’t need a policy for everything; focus your efforts on policies that mitigate your greatest risks. Your policies should be consistent with one another and provide adequate coverage of your greatest risks without becoming redundant or overwhelming to the user population.


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