International Organisation for Standardization

Who is the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO)?

Recognised all over the world, the International Organisation for Standardisation, commonly known as ISO, sets out the minimum standards for a number of industries. This ensures that products and services are safe and reliable, and have undergone strict auditing from an ISO partner like UKAS.

ISO is an independent body that has no government affiliation. It includes standards like ISO 27001, 27002 and 9001.

Related blog articles:

ISO 27001:2013 4.1 – Understanding The Organisation & Its Context

ISO 27001:2013 4.2 – Understanding the Requirements of Interested Parties

 

Julia Heron is the ISMS Solutions Specialist for ISMS.online and is responsible for customer adoption and success.

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