Statewide IT strategies developed for agency consumption can be viewed by clicking on the corresponding link below.
These polices, designed to improve the state's security and privacy posture, will align information management with the missions, goals and objectives of state agencies.
Learn more about the adoption and implementation of Information Security Policies in the SC Information Security Policy Handbook:
The development of enterprise policies, procedures and standards is a critical step in setting the direction and framework for information security and privacy programs. These polices, designed to improve the state's security and privacy posture, will align information management with the missions, goals and objectives of state agencies.
The following procedures establish minimum baseline processes to be followed by state agencies to comply with the policies above.
The following standards establish requirements for compliance with the above policies:
The state of South Carolina has established a series of statewide information technology (IT) standards as part of the development and implementation of the IT shared services model. These standards are helping redefine how agencies approach the design, procurement, implementation and use of technology.
Statewide IT standards approved for agency consumption include those listed below. To view the standard, click on the corresponding link.
Each of the standards developed for this initiative originate, progress and are ultimately recommended through the defined governance structure. This structure – comprised of members representing a wide variety of agencies diverse in both size and scope – helps to provide a solid collaborative approach while ensuring agencies have a constant voice and input in such key decisions.