ISO 27001: Information Security Management System

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ISO 27001: Security In Securing Business Information

Security breaches are major news headlines daily where companies across all business sectors including Government Departments, Banking Industry, Credit Unions, Not for Profit Organisations, Logistic Companies, Universities, Private schools, and Hospitals make the news headlines affected with a cyber breach or compromised by cyber-attack. Often these attacks occur in organizations daily across the globe mainly caused due, to stolen laptops & mobile phones, insider espionage, ransomware attacks, no cybersecurity policies, and procedures, or simply not effectively updating current patches on operating systems.

Regardless of area of business, gaining the trust of stakeholders and potential customers is must for the success of any business. No business can afford to be complacent with the current rise in Cyber Attacks because becoming the victim of a cyber-attack today is a serious loss of Reputation not forgetting how costly security breach has become, regardless of your business size and Industry.

What is ISO 27001:2022?

ISO 27001:2022 is a the leading international standard to manage Information Security Management System (ISMS) of a organization. ISO 27001 ensures the protection of information assets/ sensitive data and thus largely reduces reputational damage risks for any organization. ISO 27001 helps to build trust in these key relationships by providing tangible evidence of your organization’s commitment to data security. Our team of experts bring extensive experience and deep information security process control expertise to ensure that you achieve ISO/IEC 27001 certification on time and on budget. Be it a new ISMS implementation or working on existing compliance, Cybernetic Global Intelligence ISO 27001 Certification Consultants delivers an effortless, speedy, and reliable approach to compliance.

A newer version, ISO 27001:2022, has iterated from the earlier version of ISO 27001:2013 Standard. Controls were added, merged, and eliminated as part of the iteration process. Our lead implementors and consultants assist in carrying out an ISO 27001 audit, guaranteeing effective adherence to the standards.

Why Organizations Need ISO 27001 Information Security Auditors

ISO 27001 for many organizations could be a daunting task, especially when the required expertise of ISO 27001 information security auditors is not available in-house and not knowing where to start. Organizations that have implemented ISO 27001 are mitigating and reducing their risks against cyber-attacks and providing assurance to their customers and stakeholders.

• Internationally accepted standard for information security management
• ISO 27001 is not only an IT standard
• Process, Technology, and people management
• Address the security of the data throughout the life cycle.
• Provides strategic and tactical direction
• Recognizes that Information Security is a Management issue
• Provides assurance to customers and stakeholders

• Provide a structured way of managing information security within an organization
• Increase the level of information security in the organization.
• Keeps confidential information secure
• Enhances the credibility of your organization
• Reduces the risks associated with unsecured data and information
• Provides customers and stakeholders with confidence in how you manage risk
• Allows you to ensure you are meeting your legal obligations
• Allows for secure exchange of information
• Consistency in the delivery of your service or product
• Builds a culture of security

Different from ISO/IEC 27001:2013, the new version’s complete title is ISO/IEC 27001:2022 Information Security, Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection.

Annex A controls have been both reduced and restructured to reflect the updated ISO/IEC 27001:2022 changes; the number of controls decreased from 114 to 93 and are now categorized from 14 domains into four overarching groups / themes —organizational, people, physical, and technological.


Groups / Themes Controls
Section 5, Organizational (37 controls) • Organizational information policies
• Cloud service use
• Asset use
Section 6, People (8 controls) • Remote work
• Confidentiality
• Non-disclosures
• Screening
Section 7, Physical (14 controls) • Security monitoring
• Storage media
• Maintenance
• Facilities security
Section 8, Technological (34 controls) • Authentication
• Encryption
• Data leak prevention

Newly Added Annex A Controls

While several of the Annex A controls have been renamed and merged to reduce the total number of controls, the requirements within those controls are almost all the same.

The biggest change has been the addition of 11 new controls, added to reflect new and evolving security areas.

Specifically, the control categories are as follows:

• Threat intelligence
• Information security for the use of cloud services
• Information and communications technology for business continuity
• Physical security monitoring
• Configuration management
• Information deletion
• Data masking
• Data leakage prevention
• Monitoring activities
• Web filtering
• Secure coding

One of the top providers of ISO 27001:2022 services, Cybernetic GI, is aware of the difficulties involved in putting the standards into practice. Our primary goal is to assist our clients in obtaining ISO 27001:2022 certification while enhancing the international standard’s reputation. The experienced consultants at Cybernetic GI employ strategies that are in line with your goal of putting ISO 27001:2022 standards into practice. Our experts help in establishing, implementing, maintaining, and continually improving information security management systems.

Our strategic approach for a smooth transition to ISO 27001:2022 is as follows:

Scope: Establish the scope by comprehending the business processes.

Gap Analysis: Review the present security system in accordance with ISO 27001:2022 and submit a report outlining the areas that require improvement.

Risk assessment: Determine which security system weaknesses might have an impact on the company.

Risk Treatment: Outline a plan of action and strategies for fixing any vulnerabilities found during the evaluation.

Implementation: Roll out roadmap and policies. Advice and guide the IT team to implement ISMS controls.

ISMS readiness: Train the audit team on awareness to have them ready to do internal audits.

Certification Support: Help the team close the non-compliance parameters they found after presenting to the certifying body’s external auditors.

Ongoing Assistance: To maintain certification throughout the ensuing years, give ongoing support after certification.

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