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Responsible security

For us, system security is a top priority. However, no matter how much effort you put into system security, vulnerabilities may still exist. If you discover a vulnerability, please let us know so that steps can be taken to fix it as soon as possible. We want to help our members set up better protection systems and integrate the methods they love with each member company.

We recommend our members Do not use attacks on physical security, social engineering, distributed denial of service, spam or applications of third parties.

What we guarantee: Security Integrity on verified members.

Integrity will handle your report with strict discretion and won't share your information with outside parties without your consent and we will be carefully with external access to make your business project private.

We care about your Security!

XB2BX security policy guidelines outline our organisation's approach to show how our company will conduct our system security. I hope that provides:

•          A framework for defining security objectives.

•          Establishing security measures.

•          Assigning responsibilities for protecting our organisations assets and client's interests.


XB2BX security policy structure will depend on the organisation's size, members, industry, and specific security requirements. However, here are some elements that the specialist team will use on our Security:

1. Purpose and Scope: Clearly state the purpose of the security policy and the scope of its coverage. This section should explain why the policy exists and who it applies to within the organisation. 

2. Security Objectives: Define the overarching goals and objectives of the security program. These objectives should align with the organisation's overall business objectives and reflect its commitment to protecting information assets.

3. Roles and Responsibilities: Clearly define the roles and responsibilities of individuals and departments involved in implementing and enforcing the security policy. This section should specify who is responsible for various security tasks and who should be contacted in case of security incidents.

4. Information Classification and Handling: Define how information is classified based on sensitivity and criticality. Specify the appropriate handling procedures for each classification level, including access controls, encryption requirements, and data retention policies.

5. Access Control: Outline the principles and practices for managing user access to information systems, networks, and physical facilities. This section should cover user authentication, authorization, password management, and remote access controls.

6. Incident Response: Describe the procedures to be followed during a security incident or breach. This includes reporting mechanisms, investigation processes, and steps to mitigate the impact of an incident.

7. Security Awareness and Training: Emphasise the importance of security awareness among employees and provide guidelines for ongoing security training programs. This section should address social engineering, phishing attacks, and best practices for handling sensitive information.

8. Physical Security: Address the security measures necessary to protect facilities, equipment, and other physical assets. This may include access controls, video surveillance, visitor management, and disaster recovery plans.

9. Compliance and Legal Requirements: Identify relevant laws, regulations, and industry standards the organisation must comply with. Outline the measures and controls that will be implemented to ensure compliance, such as data privacy regulations or industry-specific requirements.

10. Monitoring and Audit: Define the processes and tools for monitoring security controls, detecting anomalies, and conducting regular security audits. This section should also address the handling of audit findings and the process for implementing corrective actions.

11. Policy Review and Updates: Specify the frequency and process for reviewing and updating the security policy to ensure it remains current and effective. This may include regular reviews, revision cycles, and approval mechanisms for policy changes.

•          It's essential for our members to note that a security policy is just one component of a comprehensive security program. Organizations should also develop supporting procedures, standards, and guidelines to provide more detailed instructions for implementing specific security controls and practices.