Although effective policy management might seem like a no-brainer, the many conflicting priorities faced by business leaders can see it fall to the bottom of an extensive list. The risks of not managing your policies effectively should provide sufficient incentive to prioritize and recognize the importance of policy management, though.
The importance of policy management lies in its definition: rather than being a one-off event, it is a continuing management process that requires regular adjustments to accommodate new technologies, updated legislation and advances in best practice. Setting your policies and procedures is the necessary first step. The ISACA frameworks are a good starting point for organizations that want to adopt a robust policy management approach.
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