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Information security policy & governance, rules, laws, and requirements, it’s governance that serves as the foundation for any effective cybersecurity program by outlining the structure, authority, and processes needed to execute the organization’s cyber mission.

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Our custom created information security policy development tools will help you create and deliver like a superhero a comprehensive suite of tailor-made and fully compliant policies today.

Why spend months on research and thousands of dollars creating policies the old-school way when you can spend about 30 minutes using our policy creation questionnaire and immediately download beautiful fully-customized policies today?

Continuum GRC provides expert information security policy guidance through either the Policy Machine or professional services.

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Custom Created AICPA SOC Compliant Policy Suite

Choose this suite of policies if you need to comply with the AICPA SSAE 18 SOC 1 or the AT-101 SOC 2 or SOC 3.
($649.00 USD) You will be redirected to create a Policy Machine account.

Custom Created ISO 27001 Compliant Policy Suite

Choose this suite of policies if you need to comply with the ISO 27001 or other ISO compliance requirements.
($699.00 USD) You will be redirected to create a Policy Machine account.

Custom Created FedRAMP-FISMA Compliant Policy Suite

Choose this suite of policies if you need to comply with FISMA requirements like the CSF, FedRAMP, CJIS, DFARS and all other NIST compliance requirements.
($799.00 USD) You will be redirected to create a Policy Machine account.

Custom Created PCI Compliant Policy Suite

Choose this suite of policies if you need to comply with the PCI DSS RoC and SAQ compliance requirements.
($649.00 USD) You will be redirected to create a Policy Machine account.

Custom Created HIPAA Compliant Policy Suite

Choose this suite of policies if you need to comply with the HIPAA, HITRUST, HITECH or Meaningful Use compliance requirements.
($799.00 USD) You will be redirected to create a Policy Machine account.

Custom Created FINRA and SEC, NFA Compliant Policy Suite

Choose this suite of policies if you need to comply with the SEC, COSO or FINRA compliance requirements.
($799.00 USD) You will be redirected to create a Policy Machine account.

Custom Created GDPR Compliant Policy Suite

Choose this suite of policies if you need to comply with the GDPR compliance requirements.
($899.00 USD) You will be redirected to create a Policy Machine account.

Custom Created Enterprise Policy Suite

Choose this suite of policies if you need enterprise policies that are comprehensive and applicable to most organizations that have no compliance mandates.
($649.00 USD) You will be redirected to create a Policy Machine account.

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FREE Custom Created Anti-Harassment Policy

If you'd like to create a custom Anti-Harassment Policy for your organization, it's our pleasure to offer it to you for FREE in support of the #MeToo movement.
(FREE) You will be redirected to create a Policy Machine account.

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Is it an Information Security Policy, Standard or Guideline?

What’s in a name? We frequently hear people use the names “policy”, “standard”, and “guideline” to refer to documents that fall within the policy infrastructure. So that those who participate in this consensus process can communicate effectively, we’ll use the following definitions.

  • policy is typically a document that outlines specific requirements or rules that must be met. In the information/network security realm, policies are usually point-specific, covering a single area. For example, an “End User Computing Policy” would cover the rules and regulations for appropriate use of the computing facilities.
  • standard is typically collections of system-specific or procedural-specific requirements that must be met by everyone. For example, you might have a standard that describes how to harden a Linux server for placement on an external (DMZ) network. People must follow this standard exactly if they wish to install a Linux server on an external network segment.
  • guideline is typically a collection of system specific or procedural specific “suggestions” for best practice. They are not requirements to be met, but are strongly recommended. Effective security policies make frequent references to standards and guidelines that exist within an organization.

Leading Guidance

Continuum GRC develops cybersecurity policies & governance to ensure that the organization establishes and maintains compliance with federal regulatory and statutory requirements, industry standards, and best practices. Our policy guidance approach is grounded in developing policies relevant and achievable within our customers. environments utilizing seasoned experts in the field who are internationally published and awarded. We also leverage the power of The Policy Machine for organizations interested in rapid readiness and policy guidance. Perfected by years of audit scrutiny. Vetted by all the top auditing firms. The Policy Machine produces custom policies that stand up to international and domestic rigor.

The types of policies within these groups include:

  • Information Systems and Technology Security Charter
  • Information Systems and Technology Security Policy
  • Asset Identification and Classification Policy
  • Information Classification Policy
  • Information Labeling Policy
  • Asset Protection Policy
  • Access Control Policy
  • Remote Access Control Policy
  • Physical Access Control Policy
  • Encryption Policy
  • Availability Protection Policy
  • Integrity Protection Policy
  • Anti-Virus Policy
  • Information Handling Policy
  • Auditing Policy
  • Asset Management Policy
  • Configuration Management Policy
  • Change Control Policy
  • System Development Life Cycle Policy
  • Life Cycle Management Policy
  • Legal Hold Management Policy
  • Case Management Guidelines
  • Anti-Harassment Policy
  • Acceptable Use Policy
  • Internet Acceptable Use Policy
  • Social Computing Guidelines
  • Electronic Mail Acceptable Use Policy
  • Telecommunications Acceptable Use Policy
  • Software Acceptable Use Policy
  • Misuse Reporting Policy
  • BYOD Acceptable Use Policy
  • Vulnerability Assessment and Management Policy
  • Vulnerability Assessment Policy
  • Vulnerability Management Policy
  • Threat Assessment and Monitoring Policy
  • Threat Assessment Policy
  • Threat Monitoring Policy
  • Incident Response Policy
  • Security Awareness Policy
  • Management Security Awareness Policy
  • New Hire Security Awareness Policy
  • Employee Ongoing Security Awareness Policy
  • Third Party Security Awareness Policy
  • Security Awareness Accessibility Policy
  • End User Computing and Technology Policy
  • Change Advisory Board Charter
  • Policy Acknowledgement Form
  • Security Incident Report
  • Notice of Policy Noncompliance
  • Universal Access Control Form
  • Request for Policy Exemption
  • Non-Disclosure Agreement
  • Employee Confidentiality Agreement
  • Hold Harmless Indemnification Addendum
  • Compliance Matrix
  • Incident Response Plan

Download and share the Policy Matrix Illustration to see the relationship our policies have to each other.

The Challenge

Security, Privacy, Risk and Cyber Law is increasingly complex. You are charged with delivering policies & governance guidance to your employees that they understand. Continuum GRC gives you everything you need to succeed. The Americas, Europe, Asia, MENA or wherever strong IT security policies and governance documentation is needed, Continuum GRC delivers the foundation your company needs through our policy guidance services.

If you are not sure of what you need and would like a complementary policy sample or governance recommendations, please contact us today!

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