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Thursday, September 6, 2007

White Paper on Information Security Auditing / Implementation Procedures

Today, information is the lifeblood of most organizations. With the increase in global Internet access, the possibility of security risks has increased significantly. With the advent of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act ("GLB") in 1999, safeguarding client and consumer information has become the primary focus of many regulatory commissions like the FTC, FDIC/OCC, SEC, NCUA, and HIPPA.
Information security is an ever-evolving challenge, requiring proper attention and due
diligence to maintain. Within this white paper, we will discuss Information Technology
(IT) auditing techniques and secure network implementation methodologies.

View This White Paper : Information_Security_Auditing_White_Paper_v3
Source :


1. The Auditing Process Page 3
· Black Hat Method
· White Hat Method

2. Post Audit Page 5
· Costs Associated with Security

3. Designing a Security Policy Page 6

4. Designing a Secure Architecture Page 7

5. Remediations & Migrations Page 8

6. Final Audit Page 8

7. Staying Secure Page 9

8. Credentials Page 10

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