ISO 27001 is an international standard for Information Security Management. It also provides a model to establish, implement, maintain and continually improve a risk-managed ISMS (Information Security Management System). As a result, this provides reassurance to business sponsors and stakeholders. Likewise, this is a certification that customers and suppliers choose to ensure the business has control over its data security and risk management.
The standard forms the basis for effective management of confidential and sensitive information and for the application of information security controls. Even more importantly, ISO 27001 is globally recognised, hence our growing number of international candidates.
Any business that conforms to the ISO 27001 standard shows clear evidence of its commitment to continued improvement and control over its sensitive and confidential information.
Above all, the ISO 27001 standard is adaptable according to an organisation’s individual requirements and nature of business. In contrast to GDPR, it is a lot more extensive and covers all information not just personal identifiable information. The standard seems like a complicated process, therefore, we break it down into easy to cover modules
The ISMS is tailored to the organisation’s objectives and information assets. Operational processes, governing legal requirements and regulatory security requirements are also covered.
There is a strong link that ISO 27001 has with the General Data Protection Regulation, COBIT 5 and other frameworks. Most noteworthy is that the course is growing in popularity, as a result, we are offering more dates and venues across the UK. This is certainly a course for future CIO’s and CISO’s.
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Furthermore, ISO 27001 is an information security standard, part of the ISO/IEC 27000 family of standards, of which the last version was published in 2013. There have been a few minor updates since then, mainly for the reason that it is constantly changing and first of all the reason was GDPR. It is published by the International Organisation for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) under the joint ISO and IEC subcommittee.
The regulation specifies a management system that is intended to bring information security under control, while managing the process. Above all, ISO 27001 gives specific requirements to organisations. Consequently, businesses that meet the requirements may be certified by an accredited certification body following a successful audit. As a result of this need, 2414 began the process of becoming certified as an ISO 27001 training provider.
So why go on an ISO 27001 course?
This is probably the biggest question that we get asked by candidates, therefore, we wanted to help you decide whether or not to study with us. Anyone looking to become a Chief Information Officer will want this qualification, likewise, so will a Chief Information Security Officer.
Finally, this is an extensive course which covers all the areas of ISO 27001, therefore, it provides useful case studies, examples, tables and diagrams. You will, hence, also have evidence to support your learning and understanding of Information Security Management Systems. This course is certainly ideal if you are the compliance manager or similarly, have been tasked with working with an auditor to achieve ISO 27001 for your organisation. Most noteworthy, it is a great course if you are looking to further your career.
- The scope and purpose of ISO 27001 and, above all, how it can be used.
- Key terms and definitions used in the ISO 27000 series.
- Essential requirements for an ISMS and the need for continual improvement.
- The processes, their objectives and high level requirements.
- Applicability and scope definition requirements.
- Use of controls to mitigate Information Security risks.
- The purpose of internal audits and external certification audits, their operation and the associated terminology.
- The relationship with best practices and with other related International Standards: ISO 9001 and ISO/IEC 20000.
- Creating the ISMS policy and its security scope, objectives, and processes within the organisation.
- Applying the principles of risk management including risk identification, analysis and evaluation. Propose appropriate treatments and controls to reduce information security risk. This will, as a result, support business objectives and also improve information security.
- Analyse risk treatments and controls to assess their effectiveness and,consequently, identify opportunities for continual improvement.
- How to analyse and evaluate the effectiveness of the ISMS using an internal audit and management review to continually improve it’s performance.
- Create, apply and evaluate the suitability, adequacy and therefore, effectiveness of procedures and records required by ISO 27001.
- Identify and apply appropriate corrective actions to maintain ISMS conformity with ISO 27001.
Who is this course for?
- Anyone supporting the implementation, operation or maintenance of an ISMS within an organisation, similarly a CIO or CISO.
- An individual required to audit an ISMS and to have a basic understanding of the standard.
- Someone working within an organisation with an ISMS, whether the organisation is already certified or is considering certification to ISO 27001.
- Furthermore, if you are preparing for the ISO 27001 Practitioner – Information Security Officer qualification.
- ISO 27001 Foundation
- ISO 27001 Practitioner
- Foundation – Recommended reading
- Practitioner – Foundation Level Certification
Compliance Manager, IS Manager, Security Manager, CIO, CISO
Uk Wide, London, Birmingham, Bristol, Reading, Cardiff, Manchester, Leeds, Oxford, Cambridge, Southampton, Exeter, Chelmsford, Maidstone, Edinburgh and other city locations.
- Online Foundation – £350 plus VAT
- Classroom Foundation – £500 plus VAT
- Online Practitioner – £550 plus VAT
- Classroom Practitioner – £850 plus VAT
- Online (Live)
- Online (Recorded)
- ISOF – ISO 27001 Foundation
- ISOP – ISO 27001 Practitioner
Benefits from taking this course
Advantages of the ISO 27001 Qualification
- Adapt and show compliance as well as an internationally recognised approach to Information Security Management.
- Improve the storage, processing and transfer of confidential, and therefore, sensitive business and customer information.
- Consequently achieve a competitive differentiator for tendering and procurement.
- Ensure information security practices are ready for the scrutiny of internal and external audits.