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10 Security and Privacy Policies Every Organization Should Have


The most secure organizations have written policies in place that are followed by every employee in the company. This way, everyone in the company can understand the importance of their role in maintaining security and be held accountable.


Whether you establish a written plan that is five or 500 pages long, your organization’s security should be the top priority. By creating a program that outlines your company’s security and privacy policies, you can establish a framework for keeping your company at a required level of security. Publishing reasonable security policies will accomplish a ‘security culture’ at your organization, read and signed by each employee when he/she joins the staff.




In order to ensure maximum security of your company, here are the 10 security and privacy policies every organization should have:


1. Acceptable Use Policy

2. Internet Access Policy

3. Email and Communications Policy

4. Network Security Policy

5. Remote Access Policy

6. Mobile Device Policy

7. Encryption Policy

8. Privacy Policy

9. Physical Security Policy

10. Confidentiality & Non-disclosure Policy


Protecting your company’s data is the same as protecting your most valuable asset. With these 10 policies in place, organizations can better maintain their focus on IT security and effectively manage the data that matters most.

No matter the size of your company, you need to protect your information assets.

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