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ISO 27001 standard

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ISO 27001 standard

This international standard was created to provide organizations with a consistent model to establish, implement, monitor, review and maintain an Information Security Management System (ISMS).
ISO 27001 was published in 2005 and was updated in 2013, it can be implemented in any organization, regardless of its industry or size, and it is a certifiable standard, which in addition to allowing the protection of information against threats , events and incidents that put the operation and business continuity at risk, its implementation generates greater trust among employees, customers and suppliers.

What is the ISO 27001 standard?

ISO 27001 main objective is to guarantee the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information and to do so, it proposes the implementation of an Information Security Management System (ISMS) that allows both risk management and the management of risks. information assets that the company has.

And a technological solution such as ISMS Suite helps companies to properly and simply manage both their assets and the risks and incidents they may have in information security.

How to implement an ISMS based on the ISO 27001 standard? 

According to what the standard proposes, to implement an ISMS the following stages must be met

  1. Define the Information Security Policy.
  2. Define the scope of the ISMS.
  3. Do the risk analysis, that is, identify the information assets (make an inventory) and define what are the threats and vulnerabilities to which they are exposed.
  4. Manage risks, that is, after they have been identified, they must be evaluated, treated and defined action plans.
  5. Select the control domains of the standard that are applicable.
  6. Declare the applicability of the control domains.
  7. Review of the ISMS in order to improve it and keep it updated.

ISO 27001 control domains

To manage the risks and information assets of the organization in a comprehensive and appropriate way, ISO 27001 establishes 14 control domains that must be taken into account when implementing an ISMS:

  1. Policies.
  2. Organization.
  3. Human Resources.
  4. Asset Management.
  5. Access control.
  6. Cryptography.
  7. Physical and environmental security.
  8. Security in operations.
  9. Communications security.
  10. Systems acquisition, development and maintenance.
  11. Relationship with suppliers.
  12. Incident Management.
  13. Information security in business continuity.
  14. Compliance.

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Advantages of implementing the ISO 27001 standard


Adequate management of information security risks to prevent them from materializing or generating large impacts.


Commitment by senior management to guarantee the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the information.


Updating and continuous improvement of the system to face new risks that threaten information security.


Greater trust and credibility on the part of the different interest groups.

How do we support organizations to comply this standard?

Pirani allows companies to:

Implement good information security practices.
Easily document your information assets and find out what their level of criticality is.
Register the risks, threats and vulnerabilities to which they are exposed. 
Record the events or incidents detected, analyze them and execute action plans.
Preserve the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the information.
Relate the different information assets to processes, areas and managers.
Generate and download reports in an agile way to present to regulatory entities.

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