ISO 27001 : 2013 Information Security Management Systems
In a world of ever-increasing reliance on data and information, all companies are at risk of fraud, disclosure and information loss, whether from hackers, viruses, online fraudsters or even simple human error.
Adopting ISO 27001: 2013 will provide your organisation with a framework for creating an information security management system which identifies the real risks your business faces and ensures that you have the controls in place to mitigate and manage those risks.
There are three core principles involved in managing the security of information: confidentiality, integrity and availability. ISO 27001: 2013 will enable you to demonstrate the integrity of your data and your commitment to information governance whilst inspiring confidence in your client base that their data is totally secure.
ISO 27001 can be applied to any size of business across all industry sectors. It is particularly important to companies whose information is sensitive and critical, such as, IT, finance, health and public agencies and those managing information on behalf of others.
Who needs ISO 27001?
ISO 27001 can be applied to any size of business across all industry sectors. It is particularly important to companies whose information is sensitive and critical, such as, IT, finance, health and public agencies and those managing information on behalf of others
The benefits of ISO 27001
Being independently certified to UKAS accredited ISO 27001 means that your customers can rely on the integrity of your information security practices and that you can demonstrate control over future security threats.
Specifically ISO 27001 certification will:
- help protect your business from increasing cyber threat
- verify that your company properly identifies, assesses and manages security risks
- prove that your organisation is committed to continual improvement of information security
- demonstrate compliance to relevant regulation, legislation and industry mandates
- provide customers with confidence that you meet their contractual requirements
- give your customers confidence in the protection and confidentiality of their personal information
- provide assurance that you meet corporate governance and business continuity requirements
- increase new business opportunities.