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    TEL2813/IS2820  Security Management Security Planning Lecture 2 Jan 13, 2005
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     Security Planning You got to be careful if you don’t know where you’re going, because you might not get there. -- Yogi Berra
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    Introduction Successful organizations utilize planning Planning involves: Employees Management Stockholders Other outside stakeholders Physical environment Political and legal environment Competitive environment Technological environment
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    Introduction Strategic planning includes: Vision statement Mission statement Strategy Coordinated plans for sub units Knowing how the general organizational  planning process works helps in the  information security planning process
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    Introduction Planning: Is creating action steps toward goals, and  then controlling them Provides direction for the organization’s  future Top-down method: Organization’s leaders choose the direction Planning begins with the general and ends  with the specific
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    Information Security Planning
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    Components Of Planning: The Mission Statement Mission statement: Declares the business of the organization and its  intended areas of operations Explains what the organization does and for whom Example:  Random Widget Works, Inc. designs  and manufactures quality widgets, associated  equipment and supplies for use in modern  business environments
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    Components Of Planning: Mission/Vision Statement Mission statement: Declares the business of the organization and its intended  areas of operations Explains what the organization does and for whom Example:  Random Widget Works, Inc. designs and  manufactures quality widgets, associated equipment and  supplies for use in modern business environments Vision statement: Expresses what the organization wants to become Should be ambitious Example:  Random Widget Works will be the preferred  manufacturer of choice for every business’s widget  equipment needs, with an RWW widget in every machine  they use
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  Components Of Planning: Values By establishing organizational principles in a  values statement, an organization makes its  conduct standards clear  Example:  RWW values commitment, honesty,  integrity and social responsibility among its  employees, and is committed to providing its  services in harmony with its corporate, social,  legal and natural environments. The mission, vision, and values statements 
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