Cybersecurity threats seem to be mounting by the day. However, ISO 27002 empowers managers to build optimal systems to fight them.
In May 2022, the University of Cambridge released a report detailing how agricultural robots are vulnerable to targeted attacks from hackers. It's an exploit that could threaten the global food supply. Meanwhile, this month, the trial of the perpetrator of one of the largest data breaches in history draws to a close. A U.S. federal jury convicted Paige Thompson of stealing the personal data of over 100 million bank customers.
The former Amazon engineer hacked past Capital One's data security—a move that cost the company over $270 million in fines and settlement fees.
No industry is immune to cyberattacks or data breaches. And, no matter what industry you work in, the consequences of breaches can be severe. One of the best tools leaders can use to combat these risks are the ISO 27000 series of standards. And, within that series, ISO 27002 is particularly useful.
In this article
- What is ISO 27002?
- What is the ISO 27000 Series?
- What are the core principles of ISO 27002?
- ISO 27002: Key benefits
- Why did ISO/IEC update 27002 in 2022?
- Key differences between ISO 27002:2022 vs ISO 27002:2013
- How is ISO 27002 related to ISO 27001?
- How does the ISO 27002:2022 update impact an organisation's ISO 27001?
- What are ISO 27002 compliance requirements?
- Does ISO 27001 certification cover ISO 27002?
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