ISO 27001 (part 2/5): Security controls, risk management and SoA
We will present the basics of risk management, defining security controls and utilizing the statement of applicability.
This is the first webinar on our 5-part webinar series "Towards ISO 27001 certification". Part 1 is well suitable for anyone, regardless of your current knowledge of information security standards. Parts 2-4 cover themes, which are vital for an organization preparing for an ISO 27001 certification audit. Part 5 is about staying compliant and continuously improving your information security management system (ISMS).
The webinar series utilizes Cyberday as training tool (cyberday.ai). It will be used to build your organization's own management system and gather all information needed for the certification audit to one single place.
Webinar is suitable for information security key people in organisations, who are interested in systematic information security management and demonstrating good security level for customers.
1. What is ISO 27001 information security standard?
2. Standard contents and ISO 27001 vs. ISO 27002
3. Creating your ISMS (information security management system) in a modern way
4. Steps towards ISO 27001 certification - intro to next parts
We welcome questions and comments throughout the webinar! These are also an important part of the webinar content.
Yes you will find many kind of references to ISO 27001 information security standards. The official the full name of ISO 27001 is “ISO/IEC 27001 – Information technology — Security techniques — Information security management systems — Requirements.”
ISO 27001 is the leading international standard focused on information security, published by these two mentioned organizations, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). Both of these are leading international organizations that develop international standards.
ISO 27001 standard is the main part of a set of standards developed to handle information security: the ISO/IEC 27000 series. The series is deliberately broad in scope, covering more than just privacy, confidentiality and IT/technical/cybersecurity issues.
27001 ISO, framework ISO 27001, ISO 27k... all refer to the same thing.
Not only does the standard provide companies with the necessary know-how for protecting their most valuable information, but a company can also get certified against ISO 27001 and, in this way, prove to its customers and partners that it safeguards their data. ISO 27001 certification is probably the best proof for customers that information security is taken seriously and systematically managed in the organization.
Individuals can also get ISO 27001-certified by attending a course and passing the exam and, in this way, prove their skills to potential employers.
Because it is an international standard, ISO 27001 is easily recognized all around the world, increasing business opportunities for organizations and professionals.
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