ISO/IEC 27001:2013 Information Security is widely known international standard, part of the ISO/IEC 27000 certification family and includes requirements for an information security management system (ISMS).
Supporting you in Securing your Information
As an UKAS accredited ISO/IEC 17021-1 management system certification body 10720, we can certify that your information security management system is effective in minimizing the risk of security breaches and strengthening the security posture of your environment. Please refer to our guides for more information.
Enhance your information security posture by adopting industry best practice, meet your regulatory or client requirements for ongoing business and improving company image.
Benefit from the best practice it contains and provide assurance to clients and regulators that your ISMS risks are known and adequately managed. Other advantages are:
- reducing the organisation’s information security and data protection risks
- helping to attract new customers
- retain existing clients, saving time and resources
- improving reputation and strengthening trust in your organisation
- assist in compliance with other regulations, such as GDPR and ISO/IEC 22301, and provide greater overall information security assurance.
Compliance with the core requirements of the standard are addressed in clause 4 to 10, Annex A controls (A5 to A18) chosen to implement, subject to your risk assessment and treatment plan, and the resultant Statement of Applicability.
Getting ISO/IEC certification is a lot easier than you might think, we take you through the audit process from your initial enquiry to the final certification decision.
It is imperative to Risk Associates that impartial and transparent assessment and certification services are provided to each client. We highly appreciate and encourage comments and feed-backs from concerned parties on the performance of applicant and certification body in order to improve services. We vow to address all enquires including suggestions, complaints, appeals and misuse of accreditation status or scheme owner logos with equity, in an appropriate and timely manner.
What makes up ISO/IEC 27001?
The information security management system (ISMS) preserves the Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability of information by applying a risk-based approach to information security, providing confidence to interested parties that risks are adequately managed.
The application of rules that limits access to information. Confidential information has the highest risk of being compromised with employee records, customer records, and intellectual property being the most impacted by security incidents.
The assurance that the information is trustworthy and accurate. Business records provide the evidence to demonstrate regulatory compliance so organizations must be able to attest to the integrity and authenticity of its records.
The guarantee of reliable access to the information by authorized people. Availability is a key objective of enterprise information management, with the scope of availability including issues from information exchange to systems of record and records retention.
Achieve ISO/IEC 27001 certification
Gain customer trust and focus on your business with confidence.
If you are seeking to implement an Information Security Management System to secure and manage your company’s sensitive information, then why not do it according to the industry standards? Having an ISO/IEC 27001 certification validates that you have taken all the necessary steps to protect your confidential data and exchange your information with minimal risks ensuring its protections from abuse, misuse, and loss while complying with the industry regulations. Enhance your customer satisfaction and retention and continue your business with confidence.