ISO/IEC is an information security standard published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and by the International Electrotechnical. I talked, earlier this week, about the evident gap between the concern expressed (in the ISBS survey) by the majority of managers about. BS Part 1 BS Part 2 Code of Practice Security Management ISO ISO Series ISO ISO BS Risk.
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Two approaches are currently being considered in parallel:. January Learn how and when to remove this template message. It may not be perfect but it is good enough on the whole. This has resulted in a few oddities such as section 6. The organization should lay out the roles and responsibilities for information security, and allocate them to individuals.
Information must be destroyed prior to storage media being disposed of or re-used. Scope of the standard Like governance and risk management, information security management is a broad topic with ramifications throughout all organizations.
Many controls could have been put in several sections but, to avoid duplication and conflict, they were arbitrarily assigned to one and, in some cases, cross-referenced from elsewhere. Security control requirements should be analyzed and specified, including web applications and transactions.
The standard gives recommendations for those who are responsible for selecting, implementing and managing information security. A set of appendices will be provided, selecting controls using various tags.
In the process of further revisions the first part was published as BS Information access should be restricted in accordance with the access control policy e. In the release, there is a complete lack of reference to BYOD and cloud computing – two very topical and 71999 information security issues where the standard could have given practical guidance.
Where relevant, duties should be segregated across roles and individuals to avoid conflicts of interest and prevent inappropriate activities. Changes to systems 71999 applications and operating systems should be controlled.
There appears to be a desire to use the libraries to drive and structure further ISO27k standards development, but the proposal is unclear at least to me at this point.
Clocks should be synchronized. Converting into a multi-partite standard would have several advantages: This article needs additional io for verification.
ISO/IEC code of practice
Capacity and performance should be managed. IT operating responsibilities and procedures should be documented. Appropriate backups should be taken and retained in accordance with a backup policy. A simple monodigit typo resulting in a reference from section Retrieved 25 May Within each chapter, information security controls and their objectives are specified and outlined.
There is a standard structure within each control clause: As I see it, there are several options: Converting into a multi-partite standard would have several advantages:. It was revised again in Each of the control objectives is supported by at least one controlgiving a total of Unanimous agreement on a simple fix!
Aside from the not insignificant matter of the extraordinarily slow pace of SC 27, and the constraints of ISO policies, this has the potential to cause utter chaos and confusion, and expense. The specific information risk and control requirements may differ in detail but there is a lot of common ground, for instance most organizations need to address the information risks relating to their employees plus contractors, consultants and the external suppliers of information services.
Annex to Declaration-Request for multi-sites organizations. This implies the need for a set of SC 27 projects and editors to work on the separate parts, plus an overall coordination team responsible for ensuring continuity and consistency across them all.
Organization of information security 6. Retrieved 1 November However, various other standards are mentioned in the standard, and there is a bibliography. Equipment and information should not be taken off-site unless authorized, and must be adequately protected both on and off-site.
This proposal was rejected since according to some it would be harder to understand and use. Users should be made aware of their responsibilities towards maintaining effective access controls e. A given control may have several applications e.