Having security policies is critical, but they need to work in the real world. This video explains why allowing for changes and updates in response to landscape evolution is so important to overall security program success.
- [Instructor] Something to keep in mind, … everything we're talking about in terms of document security … is a constantly evolving environment. … Things are going to change, … and your organization needs to be ready to change with them. … Yes, you absolutely must have policies and procedures … spelled out for how you keep your information secure now, … but you also have to be prepared to shift … when the time comes. … Some changes may be regulatory in nature. … For instance, the EU recently passed … a lot of new regulations about how … any personally-identifiable information is stored, … for how long, who has access, etcetera. … There are a number of sources that your security team … can use to keep them up to date, … such as the US Federal Trade Commission … and the EU's General Data Protection Regulations site. … Trade publications like "PC Magazine," "Forbes," … and "Document Manager Magazine" also run regular stories … about changes in the industry. … You'll need to have a firm plan in place for how you …
- Identify the group of people to be notified when making a document policy or procedure change.
- Recognize which types of documentation requires higher levels of security.
- Name the two rights available at folder level during collaboration.
- Recall the purpose of version control.
- Determine which application allows multiple libraries with custom permissions.
- Identify the term used for add-ins within the SharePoint application.
- Explain the most common cause of data breaches.