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ITIL and security

Do any of your companies adhere to ITIL's principles of security management? I know its just a framework and technology neutral, but does it help with security in your organisation or is it just a framework that anyone adhereing to security good practice would adhere to anyway? I.e. if you arent following ITIL's security management framework, but you know what you are doing, is it theoretical that by not adhering to ITIL SM that you will be causing security loopholes in your organisation..... ?
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Pau Lo

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Pau Lo

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Thanks bbao, so from that do you align your security management with ITIL's framework?
bbao

basically, YES.

however, for specific business or customer, as mentioned above, it depends.
Pau Lo

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>>it is always recommended to map the practices defined in ITIL framework with your actual practices

Would you be willing to share these, do they include tools used to manage certain practices?
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