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Old 15th March 2004, 12:20 AM
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Let Me Help You Confidentiality Infomation/Documents Audit

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Currently I have been assigned to develop procedures on conducting Confidentiality Audit. This will include audit approach and reporting technique. The problem here is I actually not very clear what they call as confidentiality audit.
Could you please help me on this matter. Samples are very much appreciated.
Waiting your advise.
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I've never heard of such a thing. If you audit confidentiality the outcome should be nothing because nobody will say anything I guess.
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Hi everybody
Currently I have been assigned to develop procedures on conducting Confidentiality Audit. This will include audit approach and reporting technique. The problem here is I actually not very clear what they call as confidentiality audit.
Could you please help me on this matter. Samples are very much appreciated.
Waiting your advise.
Thanks.
We are possibly into a language issue here.

I would take this to mean they want to develop an audit procedure that addresses the confidentiality issues arrising from an auditor/company association.

I wonder if what you are asking for is simply what we would refer to as a confidentiality agreement? Just guessing here.

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Hi inash9779,
Could you be referring to ISO/TS 16949:2002 clause 7.1.3 Confidentiality????
If so than the organization must have a procedure to, identify and control confidential information. For example part drawings may includeCONFIDENTIAL and some form of additional legal text example, THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION AND IT'S USE IS RESTRICTED TO xyZ Company Ltd. No reproduction of this document is permitted without prior concent form xyZ Company Ltd..
A list or register needs to be created for all applicable CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENTS and controlled.
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Audit Confidentiality???

Just wondering what is UTM trying to do with this Confidentiality Audit?? If there is such a word, it would be singlish or malayish language used by inash9779... Perhaps, inash9779 can explain what is in his mind or what the UTM is wanting him to come up with?

It would be code of practices for the auditor to ensure confidentiality.... yet I have heard several CBs auditors boosting around that tehy have seen this and that at these places....

Perhaps, inash9779 can log into www.iaf.nu if he can find something on auditing ethics.
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Hello All,
I think that the term I used is confusing.
What I'm trying to say is I need to come out the audit checklist related to handling and maintaining all documents or informations classified as confidential.
What is the best approach? Which part/process I need to audit more details e.g security, handling, accessibility etc.
Sorry make you confused.
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Looks like you need to implement and assess your Information Security Managements System - ISMS.

Consider BS7799 and ISO/IEC 17799

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