That is not entirely true - all you have done is specified that the inside IP must be translated to the specific IP. All other hosts will not be translated, and leave ther interface with there original IP address.
Currently your router is acting as a router not a firewall. If you do not want anyone from the outside to be able to connect to your ISA server - then you need to write an ACL.
Also for the inside hosts - if you only want to allow the ISA server to go out to the internet - you need to wirte an ACL.
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