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User Identity, Provisioning & Access Rights COMPLETE Life Cycle of Policies and Procedures


The "User Identity, Provisioning & Access Rights COMPLETE Life Cycle of Policies and Procedures" packet is an incredibly detailed set of policy and procedure templates, along with numerous forms, checklists, and more, covering all essential practices within an organization's access rights life cycle.  Extensively researched and developed by information security experts, such as former military I.T. personnel, cyber security specialists - and others - it's a must-have document for helping put in place industry leading access rights policies, procedures, and practices.  

Additionally, the document contains sections, categories, along with supporting best practices pertaining to the most critical areas within change management today.  Moreover, the document has also been developed using noted provisions from many of the world's most recognized and respected information security benchmarks, standards, frameworks, and best practices, such as NIST, FIPS, ISO, COBIT, US CERT, Cloud Security, Defense-in-Depth, Layered Security - just to name a select few.

Length: 77 pages.

Format: Microsoft Word Document.

Topics Covered: 

  • Management Adoption & Implementation
  • User Identification & Provisioning
  • User Authentication
  • Passwords
  • User Authorization & Access Rights
  • Segregation of Duties
  • Accounting
  • User De-provisioning | Off-boarding
  • Additional user identity, provisioning, & access rights lifecycle management measures and attributes that support the above categories

This document is just one of the hundreds of operational, business specific, and I.T. policies, procedures, forms, checklists, templates, provisioning and hardening material - and more - available for immediate download from, the global leader in information security documentation.  View sample information security documents today and you'll see how incredibly in-depth and high-quality all of the templates are.


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