MANAGE YOUR INFORMATION SECURITY WITH ISO 27001
Manage your Information Security through ISO 27001
WHAT IS THE ISO 27001 STANDARD AND WHAT IS ITS STRUCTURE?
ISO 27001 is an international standard created by the International Organization for Standardization and helps companies implement an information security management system (ISMS).
Basically, information security is part of the overall risk management in a company, there are overlapping aspects with cybersecurity, business continuity management and information technology:
ISO 27001 is divided into 11 sections, sections 0 to 3 are introductory, sections 4 to 10 are mandatory and you must implement all its requirements.
Section 0. Introduction. Explains the purpose of the standard and easy integration with other ISO standards.
Section 1. Focuses on applicability to any type of organization.
Section 2. Refers to the ISO/IEC 27000 standard and the terms and definitions.
Section 3. Refers to the ISO/IEC 27000 standard.
Section 4. In this part begins the Planning phase of the PDCA cycle (Plan, Do, Check and Act), which is a tool used in process quality management with a focus on problem solving, following the four phases and shows the requirements. to address internal and external issues, and also defines the interested parties, their requirements and the scope of the ISMS.
Section 5. It is developed within the PDCA cycle; it defines the responsibilities of top management, the delegation of roles and responsibilities, as well as the content of the information security policy.
Section 6. In this section the evaluation of possible risks, the treatment to avoid them, their applicability and the determination of the objectives are given.
Section 7. This section defines the requirements for the availability of resources, personnel competencies, the awareness process, communication control and documentation.
Section 8. This is where the risk treatments and controls necessary to meet the security objectives are established.
Section 9. Enters the PDCA cycle review and specifies the points in the standard for monitoring, measurement, evaluation, internal audit exercise and management review.
Section 10. Takes into account the PDCA cycle improvement and defines the treatment of nonconformities, corrections, corrective actions and continuous improvement that may arise in internal audits and certification audits.
RELEVANCE OF ISO 27001
ISO 27001 can be implemented in any type of organization, profit or non-profit, private or public, small, medium or large and in any line of business.
By implementing your ISMS and deciding to certify it, it means that an independent entity, such as an accredited Certification Body, confirms and guarantees that information security has been properly implemented in your organization and that you are working under international guidelines.
This OS standard helps to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the documentation and information in your organization, as it helps to investigate what are the problems that could affect the information and then to define what needs to be done to avoid these problems.
In addition, this standard provides you with other benefits such as:
Better performance of your organization
Reduction of unnecessary expenses, systematization of procedures.
Trust with your partners and customers
Increase your portfolio and revenues
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