10 Step Security Plan for 3rd Party Access

As CIO move more data into the public environment a plan needs to be put in place for 3rd party access

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A 10 step security plan for 3rd party access to enterprise systems is a must with the increased use of internet processing, public access to enterprise data, and the day to day use of public systems by business operations.

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  1. Create an asset inventory and tracking to reduce the risk of network-connected assets being out of compliance with policy.
  2. Understand the cloud-based environment where all users are considered remote, and apply controls similar to how they have historically provided access to third parties.
  3. Make changes in how the organization manages and controls these various user-types by incorporating concepts such as zero-trust, network abstraction, extended identity validation and full-session recording to effectively reduce the overall risk and isolate any potential impact caused by third parties or remote user actions.
  4. Define a plan which meets the requirements for external contractors, employees, and B2B entities.
  5. Coordinate third party access plan in conjunction with their business units and develop a solid communications plan.
  6. Create rules for access using the appropriate level of controls commensurate with their given risk profiles, to include: isolation/segmentation, encryption, and federation integrations.
  7. Establish access points and rules for data availability to third parties
  8. Invest in ways to authenticate third-party users beyond simple username and password.
  9. Define metrics which address compliance variances and risks, and build an end-to-end security and risk view for the entire enterprise.
  10. Create a reporting system which track access, access violations, downloads and total usage. This should be real-time and have assigned individuals monitor and report and deviations.

 

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