5. What is ISO 27032 and do you have information security and operational specific policy and procedure documents relating to this well-known standard?
ISO 27032, Information technology - Security techniques - Guidelines for cybersecurity, is the first ever formal publication by the ISO body regarding the growing seriousness of cyber security. The document, approximately 58 pages in length, delves into many areas of cyber security, such as the nature of cyber security, various threats in cyberspace, vulnerabilities, attack mechanisms, along with other essential information. Look at the document as an excellent overview of cyber security, and one that provides meaningful input regarding best practices for helping ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability (CIA) of one’s critical system resources.
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To no surprise, at the core of the ISO publication is the need for an ISMS, as stated by ISO 27032, Information technology - Security techniques - Guidelines for cybersecurity, on page 25 of the publication:
“At the enterprise level, organizations connecting to the Cyberspace should implement an information security management system (ISMS) to identify and manage related information security risk to the business. The ISO/IEC 27000 series of International Standards for information security management systems provides the required guidance and best practices for implementing such a system.”
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