Due to policy changes, personnel changes, systems changes, and audits it is often necessary to review and revise information security policies. Information security professionals are responsible for ensuring that policies are in line with current information security laws and regulations.
Task:Rubric (2).doc RLHT_Task_1_Heart-Healthy_Insurance_Information_Security_Policy (1).pdf
A. Develop new policy statements for the following sections of the attached “Heart-Healthy Insurance Information Security Policy”:
1. New Users
2. Password Requirements
B. Justify your modifications in parts A1 and A2 based on U.S. federal regulatory requirements.
C. When you use sources, include all in-text citations and references in APA format.
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