The 8 year wait for ISO 27001:2013 finally came to an end last week, but many organisations have found themselves completely unprepared.
Don’t worry, it happens and there are always places to go or people to turn to for advice and that’s where IT Governance come in.
The new standard has been available to purchase for over a week now and it’s certainly sparked some interest, enough interest, in fact, for me to clean up my inbox (and I don’t even work in sales!)
So to give you a helping hand with ISO27001:2013, I’ve put together a list of IT Governance’s free ISO27001:2013 resources.
Deciding what you need to do next in regards to the new standard is challenging, especially when you’re not sure what your options are.
To lay waste to the large question mark hovering over you, IT Governance have created the Pathways to Certification resource. On this page, you’ll find three options:
- I’m already ISO27001:2005 certified.
- I’m in the process of getting certification or undecided about which version to choose.
- I’m interested in the new version ISO27001:2013.
Each one of these options provides you with the information you need to be well on your way with adopting the new standard.
IT Governance have also created three new green papers to help you understand the changes to ISO27001, these are:
- ISO27001:2013 Reference Sheet
- ISO27001:2013 Technical guidance for transitioning from ISO27001:2005
- Preparing for ISO27001:2013
These green papers can be downloaded from the IT Governance green papers page
A popular option for many of those who are wedged between ISO27001:2013 and a hard place, has been the ISO27001:2013 consultancy surgeries. By booking yourself onto one of these free surgeries, you’ll be able to have 15 minute one-to-one session with an ISO27001 expert.
Booking a one-to-one session will give you the opportunity to ask any questions you have about the new standard. These sessions can be held over the phone, Skype or face to face at one of our events.
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