Nine Steps to Success: An Iso27001 Implementation Overview

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IT Governance, 2005 - COMPUTERS - 82 pages
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This book is the ideal guide for anyone tackling - or about to tackle - ISO27001 for the first time. In simple, non-technical language it covers every single element of the project, including (but not limited to): how to get management and board buy-in, how to get cross-organizational, cross functional buy-in, the gap analysis: how much do you really need to do?, the relationship between ISO27001 and ISO17799, how to integrate with ISO9001 and other management systems, how to structure and resource your project, use consultants or do it yourself?, the PDCA cycle, the timetable and project plan, risk assessment methodologies and tools, the documentation challenges, how to choose a certification body

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About the author (2005)

Alan is the author of "IT Governance - a Manager's Guide" and a founder director of IT Governance Ltd. Before that, he was CEO of Wide Learning, a supplier of e-learning, of Focus Central London and, before that, of Business Link London City Partners (BLLCP). He was also a member of the DTI's Information Age Competitiveness Working Group.

He was for many years a member of the DNV Certification Services Certification Committee, which certifies compliance with international standards including ISO27001/BS7799.

Alan works with a wide range of clients on IT governance and information security projects which include design, implementation and deployment of management systems and the development and writing of White Papers. He also speaks at seminars and presentations on IT governance, regulatory compliance and information security. Alan can be contacted onacalder@itgovernance.co.uk.

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