SYSTEMATIC INFORMATION SECURITY
Valuable information is the gold of the 21st century – and a vulnerable asset. Keep your data safe with an information security management system certified to ISO/IEC 27001.
It’s a wise move for the future, too. Because in times of Industry 4.0 and Internet, your data will be susceptible to attacks from inside and outside if you don't protect it with an integral and systematic information security.
ISO/IEC 27001 provides all the tools you need to implement an integral information security management system (ISMS). It focuses on assessing and controlling risks to information-processing activities. The requirements are deliberately kept general; however, compliance must reflect the organization specific situation. Throughout the standard, information security is described as a significant strategic element that ensures senior management attention. The preventive management system approach is based on the high-level structure required for all ISO management system standards, making the standard easy to integrate into an existing management system.
As a qualified, accredited certification body, we fully audit the effectiveness of your management system through the classic DQS certification process. We plan each certification individually, adapting it to your specific circumstances and corporate objectives. A pre-assessment can provide a starting point to identify your strengths and opportunities for improvement. During the certification audit, we come to your facility to verify whether you meet all the requirements of ISO/IEC 27001. The DQS certificate serves as proof of compliance. Annual monitoring ensures process stability and minimizes risks. You can recertify after three years.
DIN EN ISO/IEC 27001:2017-06 is a version adapted by the CEN (European Committee for Standardization). It combines two corrigenda: Cor 1:2014 and Cor 2:2015. Because the corrections only improve descriptions of requirements, but don’t include any additional requirements, any certificates based on the 2013 version will remain valid. New DQS certificates will also continue to be issued on the basis of ISO/IEC 27001:2013.