Security Incident Response Policy
The Security Incident Response Policy from TechRepublic Premium describes the organization’s process for minimizing and mitigating the results of an information technology security-related incident.
The policy’s purpose is to define for employees, IT department staff and users the process to be followed when experiencing a suspected IT-security incident.
From the policy:
The following, while not an exclusive list, are examples of suspected technology-related security incidents that should be reported to the IT director:
Receiving strange unprompted messages, error windows or pop-up alerts.
Abnormally slow performance, unusual system errors, strange dialog boxes recommending antivirus or antispyware registration, etc.
The download comprises a seven-page PDF and Word document.
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