ISO27k case studies
Tackling ISO27001 - A Project to Build an ISMS was part of David Henning’s GIAC Certified Project Manager Gold certification. The paper describes the implementation of an ISO/IEC 27001-compliant ISMS using the Project Management Institute’s Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) within a satellite broadband company subject to PCI-DSS. There are excellent pointers here for others implementing an ISMS.
Icelandic information security consultancy Stiki ehf has released a series of short case studies on ISO/IEC 27001/2 implementations:
Please thank Stiki for kindly allowing us to share these case studies with you. If you have similar ISO27k-related cases etc. you’re willing to share with our visitors, please get in touch.
French language ISO27k white papers
ISO 27000: Le nouveau nirvana de la sécurité? and ISO 2700x: une famille de normes pour la gouvernance sécurité were co-written by a member of the ISO27k Forum whose organization was certified compliant with ISO/IEC 27001. Fantastique!
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