The protection of application services transactions is critical for ensuring the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of data.
A.14.1.3 of ISO/IEC 27001:2013 provides guidance on how organizations can protect application services transactions.
This article will discuss the key points of A.14.1.3 and provide a sample checklist to help organizations ensure the security of their application services transactions.
- Are transactions performed and stored in a secure internal environment that is not open to the Internet?
- Are all transactions encrypted using a secure protocol such as SSL/TLS?
- Is user authentication required before any transaction can take place?
- Are transactions monitored for any signs of tampering or unauthorized access?
- Are transactions logged and audited on a regular basis?
- Are all relevant legal, regulatory, and compliance requirements met, such as GDPR or HIPAA?
- Is there a disaster recovery plan in place for application services transactions in case of any disruptions or disasters?
Ensuring the protection of application services transactions is critical for maintaining the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of data.
Organizations must implement appropriate security controls to prevent unauthorized access or tampering with transactions.
The sample checklist provided above can assist organizations in assessing their current practices and identifying areas that require improvement to meet the requirements of A.14.1.3. By following these guidelines, organizations can protect their transactions from potential threats and ensure that all legal and regulatory requirements are met.