An Introduction to Computer Security: The NIST Handbook by Barbara Guttman

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45 Policy is senior management's directives to create a computer security program, establish its goals, and assign responsibilities. 46 Additionally, policy may refer to entirely different matters, such as the specific managerial decisions setting an organization's e-mail privacy policy or fax security policy. In this chapter the term computer security policy is defined as the "documentation of Policy means different things to different people. The term "policy" is used in this chapter in a broad computer security decisions" which covers 47 manner to refer to important computer securityall the types of policy described above.

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Scope. Program policy should be clear as to which resources -- including facilities, hardware, and software, information, and personnel -- the computer security program covers. In many cases, the program will encompass all systems and organizational personnel, but this is not always true. In some instances, it may be appropriate for an organization's computer security program to be more limited in scope. 49 No standard terms exist for various types of policies. These terms are used to aid the reader's understanding of this topic; no implication of their widespread usage is intended.

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