Managed IT Security Policies

Policy creation is a tedious process. Loffler offers a better way to manage it.

Information security policies made easy

Most organizations need between 20 to 25 information security policies. These can be tedious to write, and the process can take a year or more to complete. Loffler has partnered with Policy Source to offer a better way to create and manage these policies. 

Managed IT Security Policies is a monthly subscription service that provides access to policy templates, Loffler’s expertise in customizing them, and specialized portal access to manage creation, review, approval and annual audits.  

IT Security Policy Management Benefits:

  • Policy templates available a la carte or in 5, 10, 20+ packs.
  • Expert guidance for customizing policy templates.
  • Workflows and notifications to drive reviews and approvals.
  • Shorten a process that often takes over a year into only a few months.

IT Security Policy FAQ

Why are information security policies needed?

Demand for corporate IT security policies can come from several places, including a board of directors, an IT team becoming more educated on cybersecurity risks, adoption of cybersecurity frameworks, third-party risk assessments, compliance requirements (often in healthcare and banking) or requirements from cyber insurance companies. The demand is rising because cyber-threats are rising. An information security policy provides security policy standards, guidelines and procedures to follow in the event of a security breach or system outage, all with the aim of protecting the confidentiality, integrity and availability of data.   

Why offer IT security policies as a managed service?

Most organizations never have time for policy creation. They see the value, but the process is too cumbersome to do right. Frankly, policy creation isn’t a fun task. With managed IT security policies, the tedious parts of the work are taken care of for you.  

Why not download free policy templates online?

Free template downloads are often lacking; they’re not customized to the needs of your organization. If you take that approach, you may say you’re doing things right, but are you following through? Creating a template that doesn’t fit your organization, and therefore you won’t follow, is worse than not having a policy at all.

Which IT security frameworks do your policies support?
We work with policy templates that align with the CMMC, NIST, ISO, PCI, HIPAA and other common IT frameworks.