Answer each of the following questions concisely but completely.
Describe and explain the principles of least privilege, separation of duties, and two-person control. How do they relate to access control for information security? (article in section 3.1 on “Security Management”)
Describe and explain the differences between a security policy, a security standard, and a security guideline. (Review articles sections 3.4 and 3.5 on “Trust Governance. . ,” “Toward Enforcing. . ,” “The Security Policy Life Cycle. . ,” “Information Security Policies from the Ground up. . ,” and “Policy Development.”)
TOPIC: HLS 625 WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT name institution date 1. Describe and explain the principles of least privilege, separation of duties, and two-person control. How do they relate to access control for information security? (Article in section 3.1 on “Security Management”) These are terms that are applied in security management. They are information security internal control strategies. The concept of least privilege refers to the process of ensuring that no unnecessary access to data exists. Employees in any organization are able to perform minimum operations necessary to the asset of data. Separation of duties is very important. This is a principle that the completion of a significant task involving sensitive information requires, at least, two people (Whitman &Mattord, 2012). Two person control is a requirement in an organization that two or more employees should review each other’s work before the task is categorized as finished. Being an internal control, separation of duties is a ver