Webinar: ISO 27001:2022 Transition Roadmap – Planning and Deadlines

ISO 27001:2022 is a crucial update in the wake of escalating cyber threats, highlighted by the unprecedented breach of more than 8 billion records in 2023. This revision introduces essential changes to the way organisations should manage information security, addressing the need for a more dynamic approach to combatting modern cyber security challenges. With enhancements focusing on the management of planned changes and the increased emphasis on stakeholder expectations, ISO 27001:2022 aligns more closely with the current organisational and technological landscape.

Our webinar, delivered by Alan Calder, offers a timely guide for organisations transitioning to the 2022 version of the Standard. It will simplify the integration of the revised controls and themes introduced in ISO 27001:2022, and outline strategic planning and implementation tactics.

Download this webinar to learn how transitioning to ISO 27001:2022 can help organisations not only bolster their defences against cyber threats but also demonstrate their commitment to the highest standards of information security management, ensuring resilience and trust in an era of digital vulnerability.

Webinar agenda:

  • The key changes introduced by ISO 27001:2022 and their implications;
  • The impact of ISO 27001:2022 on organisations planning to implement it;
  • Specific strategies for organisations transitioning from ISO 27001:2013 to the 2022 version;
  • Detailed planning and deadline management for a smooth transition to ISO 27001:2022; and
  • How our CyberComply platform can help organisations effectively transition to the new Standard.

Delivered by:

Alan Calder
Founder and Executive Chairman, IT Governance

Alan is an acknowledged international cyber security expert and a leading author on information security and IT governance issues.

He founded IT Governance in 2002 and has written more than 20 books on cyber security. Alan’s work draws on his experience leading the world’s first successful implementation of BS 7799 – now ISO 27001 – and is also the basis for the UK Open University’s postgraduate course on information security.

He has been involved in the development of a wide range of information security management training courses that have been accredited by IBITGQ (International Board for IT Governance Qualifications).

Hosted by:

Tom Wheat
International Sales Manager at Perry Johnson Registrars

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