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In short 'Yes'. For example, PCI-DSS defines a security policy as "Set of laws, rules, and practices that regulate how an organization manages, protects, and distributes sensitive information" and as such includes all (sub) security policies that may be specific to different technologies, practices and the AUP. There is some disagreement over the term ...


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The two concepts are related, but distinct. A security policy is generally somewhat detailed, and goes into depth beyond what every end-user must worry about. However, not all aspects of the AUP are security concepts; for instance, my school's AUP has a line forbidding the use of the network to suggest the school's endorsement of a political candidate, ...


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I use programs in my computer such as the commercial Faronics Anti-Executable and the free version of NoVirusThanks EXE Radar. These programs whitelist all the existing programs in your computer at setup and then for every new program that executes they ask you for permission to allow execution. In other words you have control over the future program ...



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