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The use of authorization, identification and authentication controls ensures that only known users make use of information systems. Without authorization, identification and authentication controls, the potential exists that information systems could be accessed illicitly and that the security of those information systems be compromised.

This Authorization, Identification and Authentication Policy Template includes the following sections:

  • Default policy statements that define what the enterprise must do.
  • Default procedures that define how the enterprise must do it.
  • Baseline recommendations to customize the template to individual enterprise requirements.

Use this and the related templates to build an efficient and effective enterprise Security Policy.

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    Lynn Kopp | 07-26-2011

    Could use an administrative/super user password policy separate from general user password policy. Thanks.

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      Info-Tech Research Group | 07-26-2011

      Thanks for your suggestion. We’ll consider it in our next user policy refresh cycle.

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