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Acceptable Use Policy

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I am working at a company that I started the IT department from the ground up.  Now that we are 100+ people, we REALLY need an acceptable use policy.  I was wondering if anyone had any links to webpages that have some good acceptable use policies that outline security.  I know that it won't be a perfect fit for our needs, but I want an idea of what people usually do.

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All the policies you need right here: http://www.sans.org/resources/policies/
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Thank you for your quick response!  I will read them over, but it ought to get me going!
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