Definition Edit

Organizational security

involves setting organization-wide policies and procedures that define acceptable behavior and practices concerning security. Organizational security includes management accountability, physical controls, and cyber-related functions. Organizational policies and procedures specify direction, commitment, responsibility, and oversight and define the security posture for the control system. These policies and procedures also apply to third-party contractors, integrators, and vendors used by the organization.[1]

References Edit

  1. Catalog of Control Systems Security: Recommendations for Standards Developers, at 5.

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