Last year, a new version of ISO 27001 was published, introducing several changes in the way organisations are expected to manage information security.
There are new requirements related to planned changes and how organisations should deal with them, as well as a greater focus on the needs and expectations of interested parties.
There are also significant deviations in the Standard’s structure, with the 14 control categories replaced and the total number of controls decreasing from 114 to 93.
If organisations are to maintain ISO 27001 compliance after the transition period, they need to understand how these alterations affect them and the steps they must take to meet their requirements.
Why you need to refresh your ISO 27001 qualification
Although ISO 27001 doesn’t differ massively from the previous iteration of standard, anyone who is planning to implement or maintain the Standard’s requirements must be familiar with the alterations.
Organisations that are certified to ISO 27001:2013 have a three-year transition period to make the necessary changes.
As part of that, information security professions must update their ISO 27001 qualifications to continue their professional development and meet the needs of future employers.
You can get started with IT Governance’s Certified ISO 27001:2022 ISMS Transition Training Course.
The content was designed by the team that led the world’s first successful ISO 27001 implementation project, and you’ll be taught by a consultant with extensive experience helping organisations achieve compliance with the Standard.
Our accredited online course is designed for individuals who hold existing IBITGQ ISO 27001 qualifications and wish to update their knowledge and credentials. It’s also suitable for those with equivalent ISO 27001 qualifications from BSI, PECB, CQI/IRCA or APMG.
Successful completion of the course and exam awards the ISO 27001:2022 Certified ISMS Transition (CIS TN) qualification.
You will also receive IBITGQ (ISO 27001:2022) qualifications that are upgraded versions of one or more following:
By taking this course, you will receive practical advice on how to manage the ISO 27001 transition process, including guidance on the changes to the clauses and controls in ISO 27001:2022 and its structure and controls.
The training course also helps you implement and audit against the Standard, and understand how ISO 27001:2022 relates to the new version of ISO 27005.
You can find out more about the course and find dates that it’s running by visiting our website.