Description risk management helps in the identification of vulnerabilities and threats to information resources used by an organization. The process of risk management helps organizations in deciding what countermeasures, if any, to take in reducing risk to an acceptable level based on the value of the resource. The implementation of policies, standards, procedures, guidelines, and controls help organizations achieve a better security posture. In most organizations, information security policies are a primary element of cybersecurity and governance. Information security policies and procedures reflect management standards. Guidelines help people conform to the required standards but are not mandatory. Guidelines use softer language than standards and are customized for the intended audience. As a cybersecurity professional, it is important to have an in-depth knowledge of the security policy of an organization to help with compliance and legal issues inside and outside the organization. For this task, you will address information security policies, standards, procedures, guidelines, and controls. Address the following in your paper: Differentiate between policy, standard, procedure, guideline, and control. Describe the characteristics of a successful policy. Outline in a diagram format the security policy lifecycle. Outline the components of an information security policy. Using the table below, define and explain the five most relevance policy that a cybersecurity professional should implement to help promote the security posture of the organization. Outline the policy impact assessment to a production environment that deals with protected information. Policy name Description/Purpose Scope Length: 1 page table, and a 5-6 page paper, not including titles and reference pages.