Unit 3 Assignment 1 Security Policy Frameworks
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Unit 3 Assignment 1 Security Policy Frameworks

Course Number: IS 4550, Winter 2013

College/University: ITT Tech Tucson

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Jesus Vazquez IS-4550 Unit 3 Assignment 1: Security Policy Frameworks BACKGROUND: Service accreditation is a structured process of recognizing and promoting performance and adherence to standards. Typically, accreditation agencies either receive standards from an authorized body or develop new and upgrade existing standards through research and expert views. They then apply standards, criteria and performance...

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Jesus Vazquez IS-4550 Unit 3 Assignment 1: Security Policy Frameworks BACKGROUND: Service accreditation is a structured process of recognizing and promoting performance and adherence to standards. Typically, accreditation agencies either receive standards from an authorized body or develop new and upgrade existing standards through research and expert views. They then apply standards, criteria and performance indicators, testing their effects, and monitoring compliance with them. The accreditation process has been widely adopted. The international investments in accreditation are considerable. However, reliable evidence of its efficiency or effectiveness in achieving organizational improvements is sparse and the value of accreditation in cost-benefit terms has yet to be demonstrated. Although some evidence suggests that accreditation promotes the improvement and standardization of care, there have been calls to strengthen its research base. In response, the ACCREDIT (Accreditation Collaborative for the Conduct of Research, Evaluation and Designated

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