Administrative controls

Administrative controls are mainly written by managers to create organizational policies to reduce the risk within companies. Examples could be an internet-use policy so that the employees realize that the internet can only be used for company business and not used for social media during the working day. Another administrative control would be completing a form if you want to apply for a holiday; the form would be available from the forms library:

Administrative controls could be writing a policy, completing a form, and getting your ID badge re-keyed annually.
  • Annual security awareness training: This is an annual event where you are reminded about what you should be doing on a daily basis to keep the company safe. ...

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