Preparing for an ISO 27001 and 27002 Audit Getting your certification for ISO 27001 is a complex and time-consuming endeavor. But for many organizations, it’s worth the effort. That’s because ISO 27001 is the international standard for Information Security Management System (ISMS). Being able to say you’re “ISO 27001 certified” tells stakeholders that your organization is serious about protecting the security and privacy of their information. Stakeholders include your current and future clients, business partners, suppliers, and customers. In this day and age, that’s no small claim. And in fact, ISO 27001 certification is a must for many enterprises that do business with you. Mere ISO 27001 compliance isn’t always enough. To become certified as ISO compliant, you must pass…
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