iSO 27001:2013

INFORMATION SECURITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

ISO 27001 is a specific standard for Information security, widely used as a management tool known as Information Security Management System. ISMS is a framework of policies & procedures that includes all Legal, Physical, Administrative and Technical controls involved in an organization’s information risk management processes.

ISO 27001 Certification

What are the benefits of ISO 27001 certification?

  • Supports compliance with relevant laws and regulations
  • Opportunity to be a preferred supplier
  • Increased business resilience
  • Improved customer and business partner confidence
  • Cost savings through the reduction in incidents
  • Improves your ability to recover your operations and demonstrate business continuity
  • Confidence in your information security arrangements
  • Defined internal organization & improvements to achieve organizational short-term & long-term objectives
  • Meet customer and tender requirements
  • Get a competitive advantage over a tender or any other vendor selection
  • Awareness and commitment to information security throughout the organization
  • Reduces staff-related security breaches
  • Control on breach; internally & externally

Who can get ISO 27001 certification?

The standard is applicable to most of the industries; where information or data is the asset. By the market survey, companies opting for ISO 27001:2013 are software development, Cloud & IT support (product & service companies), financial industries, telecom industries, pharmaceutical, health organizations, government bodies.

what are the requirements of ISO 27001:2013?

  • Organization Commitment
  • Risk management: assessment & treatment, Asset Management, Access Management, Operational Security, Communication Management – secure communication & data
  • Secured acquisition, development & support functions, Vendor Management – security on third-party supplies & services, Incident Management, Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery
  • Policy & Procedure
  • Classification of Information
  • Training & Communication
  • Physical Controls, Administrative Controls & Technical Controls
  • Defining of Statement of Applicability (SOA): Physical controls, Procedural Controls, Technical Controls, Legal & Regulatory or Compliance Controls.
  • Measuring & monitoring effectiveness of controls
  • Management Reviews

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