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DS11.6 - Security Requirements for Data Management

This topic is intended to enable collaboration and sharing of information to facilitate a better understanding and approach to implementing this COBIT control objective based on the risk, value and guidance provided by its corresponding control practices.

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Security Requirements for Data Management

Define and implement policies and procedures to identify and apply security requirements applicable to the receipt, processing, storage and output of data to meet business objectives, the organisation’s security policy and regulatory requirements.

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Value Drivers

  • Sensitive information properly secured and protected
  • Ability to view or alter information available to authorised users
  • Completeness and accuracy of transmitted data
  Risk Drivers
  • Sensitive data misused or destroyed
  • Unauthorised data access
  • Incompleteness and inaccuracy of transmitted data
  • Data altered by unauthorised users

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  1. Define and implement a process to clearly identify sensitive data. Consider the business need for confidentiality of the data, and applicable laws and regulations. Communicate and agree upon the classification of data with the business process owners.
  2. Define and implement a policy to protect sensitive data and messages from unauthorised access and incorrect transmission and transport, including, but not limited to, encryption, message authentication codes, hash totals, bonded couriers and tamper-resistant packaging for physical transport.
  3. Establish requirements for physical and logical access to data output. Clearly define and consider confidentiality of output.
  4. Establish rules and procedures for end-user access to data and management and backup of sensitive data. Establish rules and procedures for end-user applications that may adversely impact data stored on end-user computers or networked applications or data (e.g., consider policies on user rights on networked personal computers).
  5. Ensure that appropriate programmes are instituted to create and maintain awareness of security in the handling and processing of sensitive data.
  6. Ensure that sensitive information processing facilities are within secure physical locations. These should be protected by defined security perimeters coupled with appropriate surveillance, security barriers and entry controls. Consider the design of the physical infrastructure to prevent losses from fire, interference or external attack, or unauthorised access. Consider secure output drop-off points for sensitive outputs or transfer of data to third parties.

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Volume 3, 2018
by Giuliano Pozza, CGEIT, e-CF Plus (CIO), ITIL v3
The world of information and data management is changing faster than anyone could have predicted a few years ago, and attention to sensitive data protection is growing, as the new GDPR is clearly proving.
Volume 3, 2018
by Chip Jarnagin, CISSP, CSM, PMP, and Sonja Hammond, CISSP, ITIL Foundation, PCI-ISA
The exposure of data for up to 14 million of Verizon’s customers in July 2017 was an enormous embarrassment, particularly for an organization that presents itself as a premium cybersecurity consultancy.
Volume 3, 2018
by T. Sean Kelly
Proactive IG requires collaboration among legal, compliance, security and IT teams to take an incremental, measurable approach to deal with today’s enterprise data challenges.
Volume 3, 2018
by Ofir Eitan, CISM, CCSK, CTI
One of the major challenges chief information security officers (CISOs) face in almost any organization is prioritizing information security interests with regard to IT interests.
Volume 3, 2018
by Ian Cooke, CISA, CRISC, CGEIT, COBIT Assessor and Implementer, CFE, CPTE, DipFM, ITIL Foundation, Six Sigma Green Belt
In previous columns, I advocated the use of an ISACA paper on creating audit programs. This article will once again apply this process to build an audit program for privacy for your organization.
Volume 3, 2018
by Max Alexander, CISM, CRISC, CISSP, DoD Cyber Crime Investigator
Insider threats pose a tremendous risk to an organization’s information security because, due to their nature, insiders “already have access to an organization’s most sensitive data.”

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5 Jun 2018
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2 Apr 2018
After privacy was silently lost in modern era, GDPR will try to put the ghost back in the bottle. Will it succeed?
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Have you experienced ransomware attack so far and, if yes, what did you do to resolve? I set up Twitter poll here: https://twitter.com/DPleskonjic/status/953608717399941120 It lasts for seven days. Thank you for taking part in the poll.
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My personal thoughts after listening to C-level executives at the CxO Roundtable Series sponsored by Intel, IBM, HyTrust & ReedSmith. For an invite, please reach out to me. Data Protection under the GDPR For past few months, I’ve been helping to org...
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My previous blog under name "Dragan on Security" was at location: http://conwex.info/blog/. It was active from August 28, 2005 to October 3, 2012. By beginning of 2017 it is moved to new location http://www.dragan-pleskonjic.com/blog/. With possibility to...
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