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INTERNATIONALSTANDARDISO/IEC17799Second edition2005-06-15Information technology — Securitytechniques — Code of practice forinformation security managementThis is a free 10 page sample. Access the full version online.Technologies de l'information — Techniques de sécurité — Code depratique pour la gestion de sécurité d'informationReference numberISO/IEC 17799:2005(E) ISO/IEC 2005

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ISO/IEC17799:2005(E)ContentsPageFOREWORD. VII0 INTRODUCTION . VIII0.10.20.30.40.50.60.70.8WHAT IS INFORMATION SECURITY?.VIIIWHY INFORMATION SECURITY IS NEEDED? .VIIIHOW TO ESTABLISH SECURITY REQUIREMENTS .IXASSESSING SECURITY RISKS . IXSELECTING CONTROLS. IXINFORMATION SECURITY STARTING POINT. IXCRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS . XDEVELOPING YOUR OWN GUIDELINES . XI1 SCOPE . 12 TERMS AND DEFINITIONS . 13 STRUCTURE OF THIS STANDARD. 43.13.2CLAUSES . 4MAIN SECURITY CATEGORIES . 44 RISK ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT . 54.14.2ASSESSING SECURITY RISKS . 5TREATING SECURITY RISKS. 55 SECURITY POLICY . 75.1INFORMATION SECURITY POLICY . 75.1.1Information security policy document . 75.1.2Review of the information security policy. 8This is a free 10 page sample. Access the full version online.6 ORGANIZATION OF INFORMATION SECURITY. 96.1INTERNAL ORGANIZATION . 96.1.1Management commitment to information security. 96.1.2Information security co-ordination. 106.1.3Allocation of information security responsibilities. 106.1.4Authorization process for information processing facilities. 116.1.5Confidentiality agreements . 116.1.6Contact with authorities . 126.1.7Contact with special interest groups . 126.1.8Independent review of information security . 136.2EXTERNAL PARTIES . 146.2.1Identification of risks related to external parties. 146.2.2Addressing security when dealing with customers . 156.2.3Addressing security in third party agreements . 167 ASSET MANAGEMENT. 197.1RESPONSIBILITY FOR ASSETS . 197.1.1Inventory of assets . 197.1.2Ownership of assets . 207.1.3Acceptable use of assets. 207.2INFORMATION CLASSIFICATION . 217.2.1Classification guidelines. 217.2.2Information labeling and handling . 218 HUMAN RESOURCES SECURITY . 238.1PRIOR TO EMPLOYMENT . 238.1.1Roles and responsibilities . 23 ISO/IEC 2005 – All rights reservediii

ISO/IEC 17799:2005(E)8.1.2Screening . 238.1.3Terms and conditions of employment . 248.2DURING EMPLOYMENT . 258.2.1Management responsibilities . 258.2.2Information security awareness, education, and training . 268.2.3Disciplinary process . 268.3TERMINATION OR CHANGE OF EMPLOYMENT. 278.3.1Termination responsibilities . 278.3.2Return of assets. 278.3.3Removal of access rights . 289 PHYSICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY . 299.1SECURE AREAS . 299.1.1Physical security perimeter . 299.1.2Physical entry controls . 309.1.3Securing offices, rooms, and facilities . 309.1.4Protecting against external and environmental threats. 319.1.5Working in secure areas . 319.1.6Public access, delivery, and loading areas. 329.2EQUIPMENT SECURITY . 329.2.1Equipment siting and protection. 329.2.2Supporting utilities . 339.2.3Cabling security. 349.2.4Equipment maintenance. 349.2.5Security of equipment off-premises. 359.2.6Secure disposal or re-use of equipment . 359.2.7Removal of property . 3610 COMMUNICATIONS AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT. 37This is a free 10 page sample. Access the full version online.10.1 OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES AND RESPONSIBILITIES . 3710.1.1 Documented operating procedures. 3710.1.2 Change management . 3710.1.3 Segregation of duties . 3810.1.4 Separation of development, test, and operational facilities . 3810.2 THIRD PARTY SERVICE DELIVERY MANAGEMENT . 3910.2.1 Service delivery. 3910.2.2 Monitoring and review of third party services. 4010.2.3 Managing changes to third party services. 4010.3 SYSTEM PLANNING AND ACCEPTANCE . 4110.3.1 Capacity management .