ISO 27001 and ISO 27002 2022 updates
ISO/IEC 27001:2022 – the newest version of ISO 27001 – was published in October 2022.
Organisations that are certified to ISO/IEC 27001:2013 have a three-year transition period to make the necessary changes to their ISMS (information security management system).
For more information about ISO 27001:2022 and its companion standard, ISO 27002:2022, and what they mean for your organisation, please visit ISO 27001 and ISO 27002: 2022 updates
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Download your copy of ISO 27002:2022 here
Information security risk assessments – software versus spreadsheets
Organisations starting out with an information security programme often resort to spreadsheets when tackling the risk assessment phase.
Despite being trusted by professionals for more than 20 years, Excel spreadsheets were initially built for accountants and are not designed to deliver a risk assessment.
Experienced information security and risk management practitioners will be fully aware of the dangers of using spreadsheets, so they will always use purpose-built ISO 27001 risk assessment software tools instead.
Fully aligned with ISO 27001, vsRisk eliminates the need to use spreadsheets, which are prone to errors, and significantly cuts the consultancy costs that are typically associated with tackling an information security risk assessment.
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With more than ten years of development behind its success, vsRisk was created specifically to help organisations improve their risk assessment capabilities and support an ISO 27001 compliance project.
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