Cyber security expert reveals how to accelerate ISO 27001 certification projects


Cyber security expert, founder and executive chairman of IT Governance Alan Calder has revealed that the simplest way to accelerate ISO 27001 certification projects is to use the pre-written documentation toolkits developed by IT Governance Publishing (ITGP), a division of IT Governance:

“Considering the documentation that organisations need to create to comply with ISO 27001, using ITGP’s ISMS toolkit really is a great way of accelerating a project. It’s cost effective, time-saving and contains expert guidance from real-world ISO 27001 auditors – there really is no other tool on the market that can beat it.” 

The ISO 27001 ISMS Documentation Toolkit has been developed by ISO 27001 experts for over ten years and is currently used by thousands of organisations worldwide. The toolkit aims to take the stress and error out of creating and maintaining ISO 27001 documentation by providing pre-written templates that can be customised instantly.

“ISO 27001 certification requires organisations to prove their conformance to the Standard with appropriate documentation, but for complex businesses this can run into thousands of pages. Inadequate documentation is also one of the key reasons we see organisations failing to achieve compliance,” Calder says.

ISO 27001 is the most sought-after cyber security certification, providing a baseline of corporate security (covering employees, processes and technology) that is recognised by stakeholders worldwide. It is now increasingly seen as a way to win new contracts and strengthen a company’s supply chain assurance.

For less than one day’s consultancy fees, the ISO 27001 ISMS Documentation Toolkit will help businesses easily integrate their ISMS documentation with their business processes while streamlining compliance with the latest version of the Standard, ISO 27001:2013.

For more information, see details of the ISO 27001 ISMS Documentation Toolkit here:

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