DSCI Security Framework
DSF© presents a specific structure for articulating its practices under each of these disciplines. The structure divides the content of each discipline in four sections:
- Approach to the Security Discipline: DSCI believes that there is a significant requirement of discussing the approaches, trends and practices that are driving an individual discipline. This section of each discipline articulates DSCI approach towards the discipline under discussion.
- Strategy for the Security Discipline: DSCI also believes that each security discipline deserves a strategic treatment that will not only mature its endeavour but also optimize the resources and efforts deployed. For each discipline, DSCI recommend approaches and processes that help take a strategic review of an organization’s initiative. This section will help managers to provide a strategic direction to the organization’s initiatives in each discipline.
- Best Practices for the Security Discipline: DSCI recognizes a need for providing a detailed guidance for systematically planning and implementing security in the organisation. Under each discipline this section, throughout the DSF©, compiles the best practices for the security implementer.
- Maturity of the Security Discipline: DSCI believes in assessment of the outcomes and for fair assessment comprehension of appropriate parameters is an obligation. The DSF© has defined the maturity criteria for each of the discipline under this section.