A guide for developing an ADP security plan for Navy Finance Center, Cleveland, Ohio
Barber, Daniel E.
Hodnett, Elwood Thomas, Jr.
Boger, Dan C.
Schneidewind, Norman F.
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This paper is intended to be used as a guide by personnel at the Navy Finance Center (NFC) Cleveland, Ohio in developing an Automatic Data Processing (ADP) Security Plan. An effort has been made to combine the requirements for an ADP security plan established by OPNAVINST5239.1A with pertinent information from other selected readings. The importance of the devotion of personnel, time and funds to ADP security planning has been emphasized. Individual chapters have been devoted to the elements that must be considered when developing an ADP security plan. They include risk assessment, physical security, systems security, contingency planning, and the managerial procedures necessary for the implementation of an ADP security plan. This paper, used in conjunction with OPNAVINST 5239.1A, should provide ample guidance for the development of an initial ADP security plan for NFC, Cleveland.
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