The number of organisations with an ISO 27001 certification rose 22% in 2020. This was the second-highest rate of increase among ISO standards.
ISO 27001 compliance helps your organisation implement and coordinate an information security management system. The multi-step process involves assessing risks, choosing risk treatment, and implementing risk treatment controls.
A risk treatment plan is a fundamental part of the ISO 27001 process. It's critical to keep your assets secure. It's also an essential factor in getting certification.
Read on to learn more about a risk treatment plan and how to develop the right plan for your organisation.
In this article
- What is a Risk Treatment Plan?
- How does a Risk Treatment Plan fit into ISO 27001?
- Which risks need a Risk Treatment Plan?
- What does an ISO 27001 Risk Treatment Plan include?
- ISO 27001 Controls for Risk Treatment
- ISO 27001 Annex A and ISO 27002 for your Risk Treatment Plan
- Considerations when making a Risk Treatment Plan
- Implementing the security controls
- Measuring the effectiveness of controls
- Your Risk Treatment Plan and ISO 27001 Certification
Mastering ISO 27001: avoiding common control failures
Step up your security game with our exclusive guide to the most challenging ISO 27001 controls. Tailored insights await to help you avoid common pitfalls and pass your audit with confidence.Get your free guide