Fernando Powell7/23/2022 10:59:23 AM 8/3/2022 7:07:47 PM
Scared of getting hacked? Or you have just been hacked?
It's a nightmare scenario, but it happens to people every day. Your company or personal information, your financial information, your photos, confidential quotes, NDA's, invoices, contracts, all are now copied and widely available for the highest bidders.
All of it is now in the hands of someone who you don't know and who you can't trust. But it doesn't have to be this way.
There are steps you can take to protect your privacy and keep your information safe. And one of the best things you can do is to make sure that the websites you use have strong security standards. When you use a website that has strong security standards, you're making it more difficult for hackers to access your information. And that's a good thing.
What are IT Security Standards and how can they help protect your IT systems and data privacy?
There are several IT cybersecurity systems and standards available to help you improve your company data privacy security. We put 40 fit-for-purpose IT cybersecurity standards and documents in a toolkit that allows you to do a proper implementation of a IT Security System. The document(s) are easy to modify and can be downloaded directly after purchase:
Check out our collection of this IT Cybersecurity document templates kit that can help you to comply with several IT Security Standards and control objectives. This set of documents exist of 40 documents to implement IT Security Compliance in your organization, such as:
- IT Security Gap analysis
- IT Security Audit Checklist
- Data Backup Plan
- Data Security
- Security Incident Management
- Vulnerability Management
- User Access
- Logging and Monitoring
- Cloud Computing Security
- IT Asset Management
- Change Management
- IT System Acquisition & Development
- Web Application Security
- Physical Security
- Bring Your Own Device BYOD
- End-User Protection
- Network Security
- IT Recovery
- Information Security Risk & Compliance Management
- Human Resources Security
- IT Acceptable Use
- Third-Party Risk Management
- Secure Algorithm List
- Data Classification Standard
The full list of documents, organized in line with the ISO/IEC 27001:2013/17 standard are listed in this free IT Security Roadmap:
Check out our collection with newly updated IT Security Kit Standards templates, including policies, controls, processes, checklists, procedures and other documents.
For example according to ISO27001:2013, PCI DSS, FINRA, Cyber Essentials (UK), or NIST standards? The full list of documents, organized in line with the ISO/IEC 27001:2013/17/etc standard are listed below: