Lecture 2 TASK 2

Lecture 2 TASK 2 - SIT284: IT Security Management SIT284:...

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IT284: IT Security Management SIT284: IT Security Management Lecture 2 Planning for formation Information ecurity Security J. H. Abawajy IT Security Management Slide#: 1
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ession Objectives Session Objectives o be effective the information security planner To be effective, the information security planner should know how the organisational planning rocess works process works. This lecture is based on chapter 2 of the textbook pon completion of this session you should be able to: Upon completion of this session, you should be able to: Explain the importance of planning and describe the rincipal components of organisational lanning; pp p g pg ; Describe the categories and types of information security related plans and the steps involved in developing each. Describe the process of establishing and information ecurity governance J. H. Abawajy IT Security Management Slide#: 2 security governance
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lanning Planning J. H. Abawajy IT Security Management Slide#: 3
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he Role of Planning The Role of Planning Planning is the process that develops, creates, and implements strategies for the accomplishment of objectives. It provides direction for the organisation’s future Improve efficiency while avoiding duplicate efforts. lanning involves everyone Planning involves everyone Management and employees; tockholders and other outside stakeholders Stockholders and other outside stakeholders Physical, political and legal environment Competitive and technological environment J. H. Abawajy IT Security Management Slide#: 4
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rganisational Planning Organisational Planning Planning is based on the preparation, application, & control of a sequence of action steps to achieve specific goals. odern organisations are composed of several units such Modern organisations are composed of several units such as HR, IT, etc. that collectively these, units work to achieve e overall goal of the organisation the overall goal of the organisation Without appropriate planning, each unit will try to achieve its goal Planning guides these units to pursue the organisation objectives such that goals are set and resources are used ffectively to meet the overall objectives of the organisation effectively to meet the overall objectives of the organisation. Improve efficiency while avoiding duplicate efforts. Organisational planning gives panoramic view of the organisations mission, vision and value J. H. Abawajy IT Security Management Slide#: 5
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formation Security Planning Information Security Planning is an extension of the basic planning model with It is an extension of the basic planning model with activities necessary to support the design, creation, and plementation of information security strategies, as they implementation of information security strategies, as they exist within the IT planning environment Several types of information security plans exist: Organisational planning - Organisational planning gives
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Lecture 2 TASK 2 - SIT284: IT Security Management SIT284:...

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