ISO/IEC 27001, the information security management standard was developed as the definitive global best practice for protecting vital intellectual property and information assets. Its role has grown as the backbone upon which many standards have leaned. This enables global best practices to be recognized across a wide range of digital services and processes in many industry sectors. This results in the ISO 27000 family of standards being a key enabler for trust in our increasingly digital world.
To maintain its position as the definitive global best practice, ISO/IEC 27001 is being updated to reflect the increased digitization of organizations, the associated risks, and the improvements to the categorization and management of security controls. The revised version is expected to be published in October 2022.
Prepare your organization for a smooth and effective transition and get the benefits of an updated ISMS ahead of time. ISO/IEC 27001 and its Annex A will help you strengthen your information security practices and deal effectively with today’s digital landscape.
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Changes to ISO 27002
ISO/IEC 27002:2022, formerly known as a “code of practice”, was published in February 2022 as a revamped version of a set of information security controls to reflect its intent. ISO/IEC 27001:2022 will reflect these changes in ISO/IEC 27002 through its Annex A.
By adopting these changes, you will be bringing your organization up to date with the latest global standard for Information Security, better protecting your organization and everyone you interact with, and building trust.
Learn more about the changes in ISO/IEC 27002:2022