Does your organisation comply with ISO 27001, the international standard for an Information Security Management System (ISMS)?
With the increasing sophistication of cyber-attacks, and security vulnerabilities growing from year to year, the need for a globally recognised information security standard is becoming a need than a luxury. Information is an asset and hence needs to be protected from security threats.
The objective of ISO 27001 is to not only to align to the security standard but to establish a discipline of IT operations by providing a benchmark for establishing, implementing, operating, monitoring, reviewing, maintaining and improving an ISMS.
ISO 27001 contains 11 domains that cover the following key areas:

Security policy – management direction.

Organisation of information security – governance of information security.

Asset management – inventory and classification of information assets.

Human resources security – security aspects for employees joining, moving and leaving an organisation.

Physical and environmental security – protection of the computer facilities.

Communications and operations management – management of technical security controls in systems and networks.

Access control – restriction of access rights to networks, systems, applications, functions and data.

Information systems acquisition, development and maintenance – building security into applications.

Information security incident management – anticipating and responding appropriately to information security breaches.Business continuity management – protecting, maintaining and recovering business-critical processes and systems.

Compliance – ensuring conformance with information security policies, standards, laws and regulations

At Aspirehive we have a team of qualified ISO 27001 consultants who assist companies through all the stages of achieving the ISO 27001 standard and organise for independent consultants to review and provide a full independent audit and certification.
To get a better understanding please talk to a consultant today to organise your free ISO 27001 workshop that will give you an opportunity to learn more about the standards and asks any questions to a qualified expert.
Our approach to ISO 27001.
Phase I -Define:

entails the full assessment of the current environment with respect to the payment card industry data security standard by Aspirehive.

Phase 3 – Execute:

project manage the remediation actions required to achieve compliance.

Phase 2 – Plan:

develop a plan of remediation activity to be carried out to achieve the required payment card data security standard by Aspirehive.

Phase 4- Certify:

review of all remediation activities and certification of compliance by Aspirehive.

Phase 5- Maintain:

is the on-going maintenance and proactive support to regularly track, monitor and report on ISO 27001 on a quarterly or yearly basis.