Issue Specific Security Policy (ISSP)
Learning Objective: Develop an issue-specific security policy
(ISSP) that can be used at home or small business.
Consider your incident response plan (IRP) you created last week
and discussed in the forum.
- Using a similar approach, draft a generic, sample ISSP that
would be useful to any home computer user.
- Assume this policy could be available to the general
- Make sure you cover all of the critical aspects of a security
- Get a second opinion on the ISSP's usability. You might use a
family member, classmate, or a work colleague.
- Use that feedback to improve your policy. Include their
feedback as part of your submission.
- NOTE: This means you'll need to complete your initial policy to
provide enough time for feedback and improvement.
- Format: Microsoft Word
- Font: Arial, 12-Point, Double- Space
- Citation Style: APA
- Length: 1–2 pages