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Provide personnel 2. Hold assessment meetings
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Assessment of the Planning Phase Duties of the 3 rd Party 1. Undertaking the assessment 2. Protect Information and System Security 3. Generate Progress Reports
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Post-Assessment Planning Phase Duties of the Organization 1. Assessment report review 2. Remediation plan of action 3. Security requirements on Information
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Post-Assessment Planning Phase(Continuation 1) Duties of the 3 rd Party 1. Generate assessment reports 2. Conduct a clean up exercise
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References Core Security. (2016). Vulnerabilty Scanning vs. Penetration Testing . Retrieved 2016, from Core Security: - security-testing-options Nor’azuwa Muhamad Pahri . (2010). 3rd Party Information Security Assessment Guideline . Retrieved 2016, from Cyber Security: 50.pdf Palmaers, T. (2012). Implementing a Vulnerability Management Process . Retrieved 2016, from sans.org: - room/whitepapers/threats/implementing- vulnerability-management-process-34180
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References Rouse, M. (2016). Vulnerability Assessment . Retrieved 2016, from Search mid-market security: nition/vulnerability-analysis SANS Institute. (2002). Penetration Testing . Retrieved 2016, from sans.org: - room/whitepapers/testing/penetration-testing-you- 265 SANS Institute. (2002). Penetration Testing . Retrieved 2016, from Sans.org: - room/whitepapers/testing/penetration-testing-you- 265
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