Internet Resource Access Policy

Company devices which are hooked to the internet can involve both internal and external connections. These internet resources can be web servers, email servers, proxy servers, routers, FTP servers or any other public-facing device which performs a service or function.

Because these resources are both generally critical for company operations and especially vulnerable to risks, threats, or attacks due to their public-facing nature, setting strict guidelines for how these devices should be configured for access is a key priority to ensure business continuity and data protection.

The purpose of this Internet Resource Access Policy from TechRepublic Premium is to provide guidelines for establishing appropriate access controls to and from internet resources.This policy can be customized as needed to fit the needs of your organization.

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