|The UCISA Information Security Toolkit is intended to support UK Higher and Further Education Institutions in:
The sections draw heavily on British Standard BS 7799, not least by adopting its structure for control objectives and controls.
- Producing Information Security policies to address threats to the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information systems for which they are responsible, and to help meet audit requirements.
- Being able to demonstrate that they are addressing these threats.
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