Computer Incident Response Policy CIRT Essay

1251 WordsNov 30, 20146 Pages
Computer Incident Response Policy -CIRT Response Team I. Introduction This document establishes computer usage guidelines for the Regional ABC Credit union/bank Systems Division support staff in the course of their job duties on Regional ABC Credit union/bank Credit union/bank Computer Systems. These guidelines incorporate the elements of the Regional ABC Credit union/bank Systems Division Special Access Agreement and the Acceptable Use Statement of Regional ABC Credit union/bank Systems Division Computing Resources. These guidelines are intended to protect the rights and privacy of Regional ABC Credit union/bank Systems Division clients as well as those of Regional ABC Credit union/bank Systems Division support staff. Any Corporate…show more content…
The document may be accessed via Regional ABC Credit union/bank info in the Misc_Info section, under the title sp.access.policy .Highlights of the guidelines are provided below. III. Privacy of Clients Data/Information There is one particular topic that is not covered in detail in either of the two documents discussed above. That topic is the privacy of clients files and information stored on/in Regional ABC Credit union/bank Systems Division computers and resources. Sometimes during the normal course of their job, a member of the Regional ABC Credit union/bank support staff will have a need to view a file belonging to another person. Some examples are: helping a client with a programming problem which requires access to the client’s source program; helping a client resolve an electronic mail problem which requires viewing part of the client’s mail message file. Whenever required to view a client’s file in the course of helping that client, the consent of the client must be first obtained. In the case of resolving an electronic mail problem, in which the message has been returned to the postmaster account, consent is also implied. However, in all cases the client must be advised that his/her file(s) must be viewed/accessed to assist them. When assisting Regional ABC Credit union/bank clients, members of the
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