Information Security Management Systems
ISO/IEC 27001 is the leading international standard for information security management systems (ISMS). Worldwide, organisations implement and maintain an ISMS to
The ISMS standard offers a well-proven framework to help companies increase information security levels whilst improving cost-efficiencies. Watch the video to learn more about the benefits of an ISMS based on ISO/IEC 27001.
The ISO/IEC 27001 standard outlines a risk management process involving people, processes and IT systems, thereby providing a holistic approach to information security. The video below gives a step-by-step introduction to the principles of risk management according to the ISMS standard and can serve as a helpful guideline for the implementation of your infosec system.
ISO/IEC 27001 is an internationally recognised standard, published by the International Organisation for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). The standard specifies the requirements for implementing and maintaining an effective ISMS to protect against the root causes of information security risks. Organisations that achieve ISO/IEC 27001 certification strengthen their ability to protect themselves against cyberattacks and help prevent unwanted access to sensitive or confidential information. The scope of ISO/IEC 27001 is intended to cover all types of information, regardless of its form.
Certification to ISO/IEC 27001 can represent an important step in an organisation’s efforts to protect its IT infrastructure and to secure digitised data in its possession.
TÜV SÜD’s experienced auditors possess the accreditation and expertise to conduct ISO 27001 audits across industries. Through our worldwide network of professionals, we can provide certification services no matter where you are. Our experts adopt a holistic approach for your information security certification. What’s more, our status as an independent certification body ensures that the TÜV SÜD certification mark is accepted worldwide, making it a powerful tool for distinguishing your company in the market.
We also offer a foundation course that provides an overview of the standard’s requirements, helping your employees prepare for ISO 27001 assessment.
Ensure stable operations: Protect the confidentiality of your information, ensure the integrity of business data and the availability of your IT systems.
Create trust: Demontrate to stakeholders and customers that you are maintaining the highest standards for information security.
Mitigate risk: Reduce disruptions to critical processes and the financial losses associated with a breach.
AMENDMENT ISO/IEC 27006
The international rules we are obliged to follow as a certification body are constantly reviewed and monitored by the respective committees. This process resulted in an amendment of ISO/IEC 27006, which is the relevant standard for certifying ISO/IEC 27001, published in March 2020. As result, TÜV SÜD Management Service GmbH must implement the rules given in this amendment by end of March 2022, including a verification by our accreditation body, Deutsche Akkreditierungsstelle GmbH. TÜV SÜD Management Service GmbH strives to finalize this change as fast as possible. Part of the requirements for implementing the amendment is to inform existing customers about this change.
The requirements for your information security management system do not change with this amendment, only the internal processes of the certification body are affected.
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Understanding the context of the organisation and the requirements of the interested parties forms the basis of the ISMS implementation. Information security risk would need to be identified and mitigated with the applicable controls in Annex A to ensure that information assets are protected and commensurate to the risk levels and risk appetite.
As in all management systems, objectives have to be identified, measured and monitored. Policies, procedures, processesand records would have to be documented to demonstrate the effective implementation of the ISMS.
In line with ISO/IEC 27006 and accreditation requirements, the cost depends on, among others, the number of employees, IT complexity and the number of sites. For an estimated cost, contact us.
You can protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of your information assets with an ISO 27001 certification. After ensuring all your documentation is in order, the certification will follow a simple 6-step process.
1. Conduct a gap analysis to identify the gaps and define the scope of the ISMS.
2. Addresses the identified gaps.
4. Stage 1 audit with TÜV SÜD auditors and address the Areas of Concern raised.
5. Stage 2 audit with TÜV SÜD auditors and address any non-conformances raised.
6. Receive your audit report and certificate after approval by the committee and initiate annual surveillance audits.
To get an ISO 27001 certification for your company in Singapore, contact us.
The ISO 27001 certification is not mandatory. However, we have noted an increasing trend of ISO 27001 being set as a criterion for tenders. Having this certification helps to gain customer trust and ensure better organisation-wide data protection. As a de-facto standard for information security, it benchmarks your processes against international practices and norms.
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