How about this from our friends at SANS:
Introduction to the SANS Security Policy Project
Welcome to the SANS Security Policy Resource page, a consensus research project of the SANS community. The ultimate goal of the project is to offer everything you need for rapid development and implementation of information security policies. You'll find a great set of resources posted here already including policy templates for twenty-four important security requirements.
There is no cost for using these resources. They were compiled to help the people attending SANS training programs, but security of the Internet depends on vigilance by all participants, so we are making this resource available to the entire community.
Over the years a frequent request of SANS attendees has been for consensus policies, or at least policy templates, that they can use to get their security programs updated to reflect 21st century requirements. While SANS has provided some policy resources for several years, we felt we could do more if we could get the community to work together. This page provides a vastly improved collection of policies and policy templates.
It also offers a primer for those new to policy development and specific guidance on policies related to legal requirements such as the HIPAA guidelines.
This page will continue to be a work in-progress and the policy templates will be living documents. We hope all of you who are SANS attendees will be willing and able to point out any problems in the models we post. We also hope that you will share policies your organization has written if they reflect a different need from those provided here or if they do a better job of making the policies brief, easy to read, feasible to implement, and effective.
We'll make improvements and add new resources and sample policies as we discover them.
Check it out here:http://www.sans.org/resources/policies/
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