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Executive Guide: Information Security Management: Learning from Leading Organizations

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Government Accountability Office, Executive Guide: Information Security Management: Learning from Leading Organizations (GAO/AIMD-98-68) (May 1998) (full-text).

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This Executive Guide was intended to assist federal officials in strengthening their security programs and to define actions federal officials can take to better manage their information resources. This Guide illustrates how leading organizations are successfully addressing the challenges of fulfilling that goal. These organizations establish a central management focal point, promote awareness, link policies to business risks, and develop practical risk assessment procedures that link security to business needs.

The CIO Council endorsed the principles and best practices embodied in this guide.

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