Policy management-information security, Computer Network Security

POLICY MANAGEMENT
Policies should be managed as they constantly change. Good policy development and maintenance make a more resilient organization. All policies undergo tremendous stress. To remain viable, security policies must have-individual responsible for reviews, a schedule of reviews, a techniques for making recommendations for reviews and a particular policy issuance and revision date.

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