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The purpose of the pre-assessment phase is to define customer requirements, set the assessment scope and determine assessment boundaries, gain an understanding of the criticality of the customer s information, and create the assessment plan The NSA IAM measures both organizational information criticality and system information criticality Organizational information consists of the information required to perform major business functions System information is then identified by analyzing the information that is processed by the systems that support the major business functions The NSA IAM provides matrices that are used to analyze information criticality A matrix is created for each organization/business function and each system that supports the organization The vertical axis consists of the information types, whereas the horizontal axis includes columns for confidentiality, integrity, and availability Information criticality impact values are assigned for each cell Table 16-1 is an example of a human resources organization information criticality matrix
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Table 16-1 Organizational Information Criticality Matrix
16: Frameworks and Standards
On-Site Activities Phase
The on-site activities phase consists of validating pre-assessment phase conclusions, gathering assessment data, and providing initial feedback to customer stakeholders Eighteen baseline areas are evaluated during an IAM assessment: Information security documentation such as policies, procedures, and baselines Roles and responsibilities Contingency planning Configuration management Identification and authentication PART III Account management Session controls Auditing Malicious code protection System maintenance System assurance Networking/connectivity Communications security Media controls Information classification and labeling Physical environment Personnel security Education, training, and awareness
Post-assessment Phase
Once the assessment information is gathered, it is analyzed and consolidated into a report in the final post-assessment phase The final report includes an executive summary, recognition of good security practices, and a statement regarding the overall information security posture of the organization
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Business requirements and practices vary significantly around the world, as do the political interests of many of the organizations creating standards It s not likely that a single set of frameworks and standards will appear in the near future to cover everyone s
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needs The complexity of mapping hundreds of authority documents from regulations (international, national, local/state, and so on) and standards (ISO, industry-specific, vendor, and so on) created an opportunity and market niche Technology vendors rightfully identified this important market niche, or differentiator, to boost product sales by identifying how to get their products to address authority requirements Vendors jumped at the opportunity to map their capabilities to address specific controls from multiple regulations and standards Network Frontiers is perhaps the best known company that attempted the impossible: to create a common mapping of IT controls across every known regulation, standard, and best practice available The result is called the IT Unified Compliance Framework, and can be found at wwwunifiedcompliancecom Subsequently, these mappings were adopted by Archer Technologies, Microsoft, Computer Associates, McAfee, and several other vendors to help bridge the alignment of the controls managed or tracked by the vendors with the requirements of individual authority documents One viewpoint suggests a single adopted framework would simplify technology product development, organizational structures, and control objectives The other viewpoint suggests that the complexity of disparate regional, political, business, cultural, and other interests ensures a universally accepted control framework will never be created The truth probably rests somewhere in the middle Although a single set of international standards isn t imminent, the tools described in this chapter are nonetheless serving to create reliable, secure, and sustainable technology infrastructures that ultimately benefit the participants
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Auditing Standard No 2: An Audit of Internal Control Over Financial Reporting Performed in Conjunction with an Audit of Financial Statements (Effective June 17, 2004) Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission Wikipedia COSO information Wikipedia ITIL information International Organization for Standardization, ISO Overview , February 2004 ISACA (prior to January 1, 2006 was known as Information Systems Audit and Control Association) IT Infrastructure Library IT Governance Institute IT Governance Institute, Board Briefing on IT Governance, 2nd ed Rolling Meadows, IL, 2003 Copyright 2003 by the IT Governance Institute IT Governance Institute, COBIT 40, Rolling Meadows, IL, 2005 Copyright 2005 by the IT Governance Institute
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