On 13 July, an article from CompliancePoint was concerned with changes to ISO 27001, which provides requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining, and continually improving an information security management system (ISMS). The current 2013 operating version is widely utilised globally and certification is accepted in 168 countries worldwide. The article highlights the 11 new controls that have been added, which include requiring organisations to collect and analyse information about threats and mitigate them appropriately; physical security monitoring to ensure that only authorised personnel can access them – this could include offices, production facilities, warehouses, and other key physical premises; and data leakage prevention.
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