It is becoming ever more important to protect your organisation's data or that of your customers. Implementing an information security management system (ISMS) and gaining ISO 27001 certification will present a number of benefits to your company and to your customers.
The international management system standard for information security can help you to better manage your information assets and implement controls to help protect your organisation from an information security breach.
- Competitive edge - provides a public and independent statement of your capability which may help when responding to tenders.
- Minimising risk - ensures controls are in place to reduce the risk of security threats and to avoid any system weaknesses being exploited.
- Best practice - gives you, and your customers, trading partners and other key stakeholders, conﬁdence that you have addressed all security risks.
- Reduced costs - following a methodical risk assessment approach ensures that resources are applied to reduce overall risk.
Why choose Lloyd's Register?
Lloyd's Register has been at the forefront of standards development and involved in ISO 27001 certification and assessments for a number of years.
Proven track record
We have high-proﬁle clients in the ﬁnance, telecommunications, software, internet, consultancy, justice and government sectors.
ISO 27001 specialist
Our assessors are management system experts qualiﬁed in information security and other aspects of IT.
What is ISO 27001?
The ISO 27001 standard for information security management systems (ISMS) is internationally recognised. It's a management system tool to help organisations better manage their information assets and certification can help protect systems against computer-assisted fraud, cyber attack, sabotage and viruses.
Breaches in information security can allow vital information to be accessed, stolen, corrupted or lost. How confident are you that you have appropriate controls and procedures in place to avoid such incidents?
ISO 27001 follows Annex SL, the same high-level structure in all new and revised ISO management system standards, including ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. It uses risk assessment and business impact analysis to identify and manage risk to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information.
Increasingly your clients and prospective clients will want to know how safe your IT systems are and more organisations now see ISO 27001 certification as a prerequisite for doing business and assures customers and other stakeholders that you take your obligations seriously.