Definitions Edit

A security program is a comprehensive set of plans, policies, procedures, tools, and materials designed to address the threats a specific organization is facing.[1]

A security program is

[a] systems program that controls access to data in files and permits only authorized use of terminals and other related equipment. Control is usually exercised through various levels of safeguards assigned on the basis of need to know.[2]

References Edit

  1. This definition uses content from the Information Security Guide 2 - Glossary, which is made available under the Creative Commons Attribution License 3.0 Unported.
  2. Auditing and Financial Management: Glossary of EDP Terminology, at 15.

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