Secure IT Foundation

Documents

NB: We are busy working on the updated version as we keep getting asked if it is still maintained. Due early 2013…

Latest Update:

  1. Secure Computer Standard v 2.0 2011 – published on 19 January 2011

Final versions:

  1. Secure Computer Standard – Final 1.0 – published on 24 October 2009
  2. Risk Profile Questionnaire – Final 1.0 – published on 24 October 2009
  3. Home Computer Policy – Final 1.0 – published on 24 October 2009

Draft versions:

  1. Secure Computer Standard – Draft v0.1- published on 17 July 2009
  2. Risk Profile Questionnaire – Draft v0.1 – published on 22 July 2009
  3. Home Computer Policy – Draft v0.1 – published on 6 August 2009
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