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ISO 27001:2022

ISO 27001 Information Security Management System

What is ISO 27001?

The ISO 27001 certification is awarded to businesses that implement an Information Security Management Systems (ISMS) that is compliant with the requirements of the international Standard, ISO 27001. It’s part of the ISO 27000 family of information security management Standards.

ISO 27001:2022 is the most recent version of the standard. You can learn more about the ISO 27001 certification requirements here.

Nowadays, data theft, cybercrime and liability for privacy leaks are risks that all organisations need to factor in. Any business needs to think strategically about its information security needs, and how they relate to its own objectives, processes, size and structure.

ISO 27001 standard enables organisations to establish an information security management system and apply a risk management process that is adapted to their size and needs, and scale it as necessary as these factors evolve.

While information technology (IT) is the industry with the largest number of ISO 27001- certified enterprises (almost a fifth of all valid certificates to ISO 27001 as per the ISO Survey 2021), the benefits of this standard have convinced companies across all economic sectors (all kinds of services and manufacturing as well as the primary sector; private, public and non-profit organsations).

Companies that adopt the holistic approach described in ISO 27001 will make sure information security is built into organisational processes, information systems and management controls. They gain efficiency and often emerge as leaders within their industries.

What does it mean to be ISO 27001 certified?

Certification to ISO 27001 is one way to demonstrate to stakeholders and customers that you are committed and able to manage information securely and safely. Holding a certificate issued by an accreditation body may bring an additional layer of confidence, as an accreditation body has provided independent confirmation of the certification body’s competence. If you wish to use a logo to demonstrate certification, contact the certification body that issued the certificate. As in other contexts, standards should always be referred to with their full reference, for example “certified to ISO 27001:2022” (not just “certified to ISO 27001”). 

As with other ISO management system standards, companies implementing ISO 27001 can decide whether they want to go through a certification process. Some organisations choose to implement the standard in order to benefit from the best practice it contains, while others also want to get certified to reassure customers and clients.

ISO 27001 is widely used around the world.

As per the ISO Survey 2021, over 50,000 certificates were reported in more than 140 countries and from all economic sectors, ranging from agriculture through manufacturing to social services

Benefits Of ISO 27001

Implementing the information security framework specified in the ISO 27001 standard helps you:

  • Reduce your vulnerability to the growing threat of cyber-attacks

  • Respond to evolving security risks

  • Ensure that assets such as financial statements, intellectual property, employee data and information entrusted by third parties remain undamaged, confidential, and available as needed

  • Provide a centrally managed framework that secures all information in one place

  • Prepare people, processes and technology throughout your organisation to face technology-based risks and other threats

  • Secure information in all forms, including paper-based, cloud-based and digital data

  • Save money by increasing efficiency and reducing expenses for ineffective defence technology

How much does ISO 27001 cost?

Prices for ISO 27001 certification will vary based on the size and complexity of your business.

To receive your personalised quote, simply fill in you requirements on our contact us page  or book a Initial Free Consultation.


The Requirements Of ISO 27001

The Standard uses a structure of ten clauses and a Annex which when grouped cover the following four areas:

Management Responsibility – The areas within the Information Security Management System (ISMS) that your  management team need to focus on, be involved with and be accountable for.

Resource Management – How resources such as people, infrastructure and facilities must be assigned to ensure the best possible performance.

​Information Security – Details on how your business will operate in order to ensure that your systems and assets remain protected from unauthorised access or loss​.

Measurement, Analysis and Improvement – How you can determine if your Information Security Management System is working as expected, facilitating the continual improvement of your system.

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How long does ISO 27001 certification last?

The initial certificate will last for one year and after a successful recertification audit, you will be issued a 3-year certificate. In order to maintain your certificate during this period, you are required to successfully undergo one mandatory audit a year.

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