The cryptography policy sets standards and procedures needed for how encryption within a company should be used and controlled. With cryptography being the strongest support system against attacks, it allows companies to plan against potential losses. It also has to be upheld to the set of standards, procedures, and secure methods for an organization.

Risks Addressed by Policy:

  • Without a cryptography policy, your company is at high risk of viruses and attacks on hardware.
  • Prevents hackers from obtaining company information.

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Identify the Best Framework for Your Security Policies

Leverage policies based on NIST, ISO, or other procedural-based documents.

Solution Set Steps

  1. Identify the best framework for your security policies
  2. Develop security policies aligned with the NIST SP 800-171 framework
  3. Develop security policies aligned with the ISO 27001 framework
    • Cryptography Policy – ISO
  4. Develop other procedural-based security policies


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