[BNM] ISO 27001 Compliance
arthur at arthurguy.co.uk
Fri Feb 7 16:59:47 GMT 2020
Hi all, thanks for the responses.
The hour a week comment is really interesting, I was expecting something
onerous but that's very useful to know.
I was hoping to start in the way Julian suggested, various documents
formalising things but what I am trying to avoid is starting down that
route and then being told that's not the right way to do things.
And finding that right way to do things is proving quite hard!
On Thu, 6 Feb 2020 at 13:37, Julian Blundell <julian.blundell at gmail.com>
> Hi Arthur
> Remember doing ISO9000 back in the day, the trick was to look at what you
> currently did and formalise the whole process with short documents ie. no
> more than 4 pages including the front sheet and a form, worked very well.
> On Thu, 6 Feb 2020 at 13:10, Arthur Guy <arthur at arthurguy.co.uk> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > Has anyone here been through the process of getting ISO27001
> > I have started to look into it and I am keen to get a feel for the risk
> > assessment and audit requirements and perhaps start preparing things
> > we engage a company and fully start down the journey.
> > Has anyone done this and perhaps could point me towards any
> > useful resources?
> > Thanks,
> > Arthur
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