Operational Security

Most information security professionals would accept that operational security policies should provide clear guidelines on what users and operators are, and are not, allowed to do. This involves having clearly delineated processes that define and control how changes to the network are executed. Tight access control and authorisation, as well as the ability to automate processes, are at the heart of most operational security approaches.

There are an increasing number of standards and regulations requiring certain operational security measures, such as PCI and Sarbanes-Oxley. Currently these standards and regulations are the main drivers for many operational security measures. Precise access control and authorisation, as well as logging, are key requirements of most regulations and industry standards. However, the growing complexity of a network can make operational mistakes and security violations more likely. ArmstrongAdams has a proven track record in helping businesses cope with the necessary combination of risk assessment, process analysis and technical implementation to ensure that operational security approaches are effective

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