Which type of security policy is intended to provide a common understandingof the purposes for which an employee can and cannot use a resource? a. issue-specificb. system-specificc. enterprise informationd. user-specific

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A. ISSUE-SPECIFIC

Explanation:Security policy is a set of actions an organization,Country , State or local governments put in place on order to guarantee the security of life and properties. It can also be described as the restrictions on behavior or actions of members of a society, community or an organization as well as restrictions imposed on adversaries by processes such as doors, locks, keys and walls.

Issue specific policy are policies directed to treat or handle particular factors known to aid or abate a crime. It can also be used to outline or reach at an understanding of what to used or what not to use in order to ensure effective security in an organization.



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