Third Party System Access Agreement

October 11, 2021 in Uncategorized by

All extracted connections or access to network resources must be accompanied by a valid written corporate brief approved by the third party, the client or the legitimate delegate of the KDCC. As a rule, this function is treated as part of the third-party agreement. If access is no longer required, the sponsor`s client within XXX must inform the IT manager who terminates the access. This may mean a change in existing permissions until the circuit is stopped. IT security teams must conduct an annual audit of their respective connections to ensure that all existing connections are still needed and that the access provided complies with the requirements of the connection. Links that prove to be obsolete and/or that are no longer used to carry out operations or other authorized commercial transactions are immediately terminated. All connections and access to networked resources between third parties requiring access to non-public resources are covered by this Directive, irrespectless of the technology used for the connection. The connection with third parties, such as Internet Service Providers (ISPs), which provide Internet access for the XXX or the public telephone network, is not covered by this Directive. All contracting authorities wishing to access network connectivity or network resources to a third party must submit a request for Extranet connectivity to the IT Manager, accompanied by a “third party agreement” signed by the third party, organisation or legitimate delegate.

The IT manager will then assign the third party to resolve the security issues associated with the project. The affiliation contract authority must provide, upon request, complete and complete information on the nature of the access offered to the IT manager. All connections made must be based on the principle of least access, in accordance with approved business requirements and security review. All connectivity requirements have a specific start and end date. Under no circumstances will the third party rely on the protection of the network or resources. .