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ISO 27001 Certification in Bangalore Standard is popular widely accepted standard by all Organizations globally to achieve efficient Information Security Management Systems (ISMS). Organizations would be keen to obtain ISO 27001 Certification due to its associated numerous benefits. The major benefits include global competitive edge, Definitive organization compliance with laws and regulations, improve Information security system quality assurance (QA), ease of doing interoperability, IT and business alignment etc.
In this blog we would highlight on the Planning and implementation with ISO 27001 Certification process.
Implementation Costs: -
While Organizations seek to establish, implement and manage effective Information Security Management Systems, also keen to reduce its associated costs. The below factors should be considered while ISO 27001 Implementation in Bangalore
ISO 27001 Certification Planning: -
ISO 27001 requires an Organization to establish, implement and maintain a continuous improvement approach to manage Information Security Management Systems. While planning for its certification, the below factors should be considered
The below steps describe the implementation phases for ISO 27001 Certification process
Phase 1 – Identify Business Objectives
It distinguishing and organizing objectives is the step that will gain management support. Primary objectives can be derived from the organization's mission, strategic plan and IT objectives.
Phase 2 – Obtain Management Supports
The above phase 1 & 2 we would be gathering the objectives from senior management of Organization and involved in defining a high level overview on Information Security Management System.
Phase 3 – Definition of ISMS scope
The scope of implementation should be kept manageable to cover all or part of Organization. Identifying the scope of implementation can save the organization time and money.
Phase 4—Define a Method of Risk Assessment
Choosing a risk evaluation strategy is one of the most important parts of establishing the ISMS.
Phase 5—Prepare an Inventory of Information Assets to Protect, and Rank Assets According to Risk Classification Based on Risk Assessment
The would associate with information, along with the owners, proprietors, area, location, criticality and replacement value of assets, should be distinguished.
Phase 6—Manage the Risks, and Create a Risk Treatment Plan
To control the effect associated with risk, the organization must acknowledge, avoid, transfer or reduce the risk to an acceptable level using risk relieving controls.
Phase 8—Allocate Resources, and Train the Staff
It is essential for Organizations to have sufficient resources to manage, develop and maintain and implement ISMS. They should plan for training awareness programs for better understanding and efficient contribution.
Phase 9—Monitor the Implementation of the ISMS
Organizations must have audit reviews of ISMS at periodic, planned intervals. The audit follows changes and upgrades to policies, procedures, controls and staffing decisions. All these audits and results should be documented
Phase 10—Prepare for the Certification Audit
This is about external audit, its objective is to review and ensure sufficient evidence and review/audit documents sent to an auditor for review. The evidence and documents will demonstrate the efficiency and effectiveness of the implemented ISMS in the organization and its business units.
Phase 11—Conduct Periodic Reassessment Audits
Organizations should have periodic internal and external audits confirm that the organization remains in ISO 27001 standard compliance
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