IT Policy Writing & SOP

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EDCS provides security policy framework services. Our team designs policies for businesses of all sizes, with general IT security knowledge of compliance requirements and security frameworks.
Implementing policies in the business is very beneficial it will increase efficiency. It upholds discipline and accountability and helps to educate employees on security literacy.

Our Zero Trust policy service was built with a new approach that creates zero-trust connections between the users and applications directly to solve this unique challenge. As a scalable, cloud-native platform, it enables digital transformation by securely connecting users, devices, and applications anywhere, without relying on network-wide access.

These are some important cybersecurity policies that EDCS guides organizations to comply with for a secure security posture.

 IT Policy

An IT Security Policy identifies the rules and procedures for all individuals accessing and using an organization's IT assets and resources.

Zero Trust policy

Zero Trust is a strategic approach to cybersecurity that secures an organization by eliminating implicit trust and continuously validating every stage of a digital interaction.

Virus Protection Policy

This policy applies to all employees of the Trust in all locations including the Non-Executive
Directors, temporary employees, locums and contracted staff.

Firewall Policy

A firewall policy defines how an organization’s firewalls should handle inbound and outbound network traffic for specific IP addresses and address ranges, protocols, applications, and content types based on the organization’s information security policies.

Intrusion Prevention/Detection policy

The Intrusion Detection/Prevention and Security Monitoring Policy applies to all individuals that are responsible for the installation of new information technology resources, the operation of existing information technology resources and individuals charged with information technology resource security.

Servers & Data-Backup Policy

An enterprise data backup policy is an integral part of an organization’s overarching data protection, disaster recovery and business continuity strategy.

Disaster Recovery Plan

A disaster recovery plan (DRP) is a documented, structured approach that describes how an organization can quickly resume work after an unplanned incident. A DRP is an essential part of a business continuity plan (BCP).

Remote Access Policy 

Remote access policy is a document which outlines and defines acceptable methods of remotely connecting to the internal network. It is essential in large organization where networks are geographically dispersed and extend into insecure network locations such as public networks or unmanaged home networks.

Access Control Policy

High-level requirements that specify how access is managed and who may access information under what circumstances. The set of rules that define the conditions under which an access may take place. 

ADC Policy

An Application and Device Control Policy controls the access to files, folders, registry keys, processes and DLLs. It can also allow or block access to hardware devices users plug into clients.



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