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Running Head:In-Class Assignment 9/22/16 1 Class Assignment Justin Anderson, Aaron McLeod, Douglas Harmon, Dallas Thompson Dr. Danny T. Barnes September 22, 2016 1a. What are the differences between a policy, a standard, and a practice?
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In-Class Assignment 9/22/16 2 According to Covey(2012) “Policies are identical to laws in an organization, they determine what or whose actions are acceptable or unacceptable. We have policies to inform those of what is right and wrong, what the consequences are for disregarding the policies and the appeal process. The formal definition of standard is: the normal, targeted, or desired level to which a behavior or action must be performed. Standards are detailed statements about what can be done to comply with policy. Standards can be informal or part of an organizational culture, they may also be published, scrutinized, and ratified by a group. Practices identify other reputable organizations and agencies that offer recommendations the organization may have adopted or adapted. Practices explain how to properly comply with the policies. (Pg. 16, 18) “ 1b. What are the three types of security policies?1c. Where would each be used? According to Covey (2012), the three types of security policy are “Enterprise Information
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