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Standards and schemes relating to IT services and information security management systems
LRQA provides certification services to ISO 20000 to help organizations manage their IS process to ensure they are effective and reliable.
Most organization have a number of information security controls that can be disjointed due to solution or convention driven implementation. ISO 27001 helps demonstrate commitment to information security.
ISO 28000 is an international standard for security management systems for the supply chain. It is suitable for all sizes and types of organizations including service industries, transportation, energy, manufacturing and marine.
Achieving certification to some of the world’s most widely-recognised international management system standards requires strategic planning, a strong internal team effort, coupled with a close working relationship with an independent and recognised provider of professional assurance services such as LRQA. These are just some of our clients whose achievements headlined last week.
Managing the risks associated with a cyber-attack is an ongoing priority for organizations in all sectors. With the number of reported attacks and the scale of attacks increasing, protecting critical information; including that of customers is a growing concern.
To help offer tailored protection to complex industry sectors including healthcare, finance and transportation, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has published ISO/IEC 27009, Information technology – Security techniques – Sector-specific application of ISO/IEC 27001 – Requirements.
The latest ISO Survey of Certifications indicates that achieving certification to ISO management system standards is still very much a priority against the backdrop of all of the major ISO standards being revised.
You will learn the benefits and purpose of an ISMS, the purpose and intent of both standards ISO/IEC 27001 and ISO/IEC 27002, and the requirements needed for certification to ISO/IEC 27001