Nine Steps to Success - An ISO 27001 Implementation Overview, Third edition

ISO 27001 - Implementation Overview for ISO27001: Implementation Overview, Second Edition

A must-have guide from ISO 27001 expert Alan Calder to help you get to grips with the requirements of the Standard and make your ISO 27001 implementation project a success:

  • Details the key steps of an ISO 27001 project from inception to certification.
  • Explains each element of the ISO 27001 project in simple, non-technical language.
  • An ideal guide for anyone tackling ISO 27001 implementation for the first time.

 

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Essential guidance for anyone tackling ISO 27001 implementation for the first time.

 

“It’s like having a $300/hr consultant at your elbow as you consider the aspects of gaining management support, planning, scoping, communication, etc.”

Thomas F. Witwicki

 

Achieving and maintaining accredited certification to the international standard for information security management, ISO 27001, can be a complicated job, especially if you are new to the Standard.

Author of Nine Steps to Success – An ISO 27001 Implementation Overview, Alan Calder is the founder and executive chairman of IT Governance. He led the world’s first implementation of a management system certified to BS 7799, the forerunner to ISO 27001, and has been working with the Standard ever since.

Hundreds of organisations around the world have achieved accredited certification to ISO 27001 with IT Governance’s guidance, which is distilled in this book.

 

Successfully implement ISO 27001 with this must-have guide

Now in its third edition, Nine Steps to Success – An ISO 27001 Implementation Overview will give anyone tackling the Standard for the first time the guidance and direction they need to make their implementation project a success.

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This book will help you:

  • Get management support;
  • Create a management framework;
  • Perform a gap analysis to understand the controls you have in place and identify where to focus your efforts;
  • Structure and resource your project, including advice on using consultants and an examination of the tools and resources available to help with your project;
  • Conduct a five-step risk assessment, and create a Statement of Applicability (SoA) and a risk treatment plan (RTP);
  • Integrate your ISO 27001 information security management system (ISMS) with an ISO 9001 quality management system (QMS) and other management systems;
  • Address the documentation challenges you will face as you create policies, procedures, work instructions and records; and
  • Continually improve your ISMS, including internal auditing, testing and management review.

 

About the Author

 

The author, Alan Calder, knows ISO 27001 inside out: he is the founder and executive chairman of IT Governance, and he led the implementation of the first management system to achieve accredited certification to BS 7799 – the forerunner to ISO 27001 – and has been working with the Standard and its successors ever since.
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1. Thomas F. Witwicki on 3/22/2016, said:

It’s like having a $300/hr consultant at your elbow as you consider the aspects of gaining management support, planning, scoping, communication, etc.
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2. Zensright on 11/20/2015, said:

This book serves as a check list/ reminder to the professional as well as a guide to what is coming for those who are not living the Info Sec dream.
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3. Jason Brown on 10/20/2015, said:

“Great Quality, A must for getting ISO 27001 Certified”
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