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Information Security in Schools - Recommended Practice (September 2019)

 

Introduction

This document is written for schools’ reference in protecting their information and IT assets when implementing e-learning. Schools are responsible for taking appropriate IT security measures to protect the IT systems and data of their schools. This document recommends common practices on IT security for reference by the schools. Schools may determine on their own requirements and adopt the practices applicable to their own environment. The practices recommended in this document are by no means exhaustive. Schools may also make reference to other IT security measures, such as those listed in the Chapter 12 “Resources of Reference on IT Security” of this document, to protect their IT assets.

 

Chapter 1 About this Document PDF
Chapter 2 Security Management PDF
Chapter 3 Security Incident Handling PDF
Chapter 4 Physical Security PDF
Chapter 5 Access Control PDF
Chapter 6 Data Security PDF
Chapter 7 Network and Communication Security PDF
Chapter 8 Website and Web Application Security PDF
Chapter 9 Moblie Device and Mobile Application Protection PDF
Chapter 10 Malware Protection PDF
Chapter 11 Cloud Service PDF
Chapter 12 Resources of Reference on IT Security PDF