27 July, 2007

Sample Security Priorities - Industrial

1. Protect the Safety of People and Facilities
2. Protect Integrity of Key Financial Data
3. Protect Customer Privacy

4. Protect Restricted Data
5. Facilitate External Communications


Any thoughts?

1 comment:

Jake Brodsky said...

This is pretty close. However, there are no "customers" to keep private. Instead, I would like it to say that it compartmentalizes the pieces so that failure of one doesn't cause a cascade of failures through the system.