Webinar: ISO 27001:2022 – Transition policies and staff awareness training

Transitioning to the latest standard for information security management – ISO 27001:2022 – involves developing robust policies, establishing effective communication systems and providing comprehensive staff awareness training.

Download our webinar “ISO 27001:2022 – Transition Policies and Staff Awareness Training” to gain valuable insights and practical guidance on adapting your organisation’s processes to meet the Standard’s requirements.

We explore the crucial steps of developing information security policies, procedures and objectives tailored to ISO 27001:2022. You will learn how to align existing processes and systems with the updated requirements and integrate them seamlessly into your organisation’s framework.

Creating a culture of information security begins with staff awareness and training. Our webinar will provide you with strategies for raising awareness, designing effective training programmes, and establishing communication systems for reporting security incidents and managing security events.

To support your journey, we showcase CyberComply – a powerful platform designed to simplify ISO 27001:2022 implementation and ongoing compliance management. Discover how CyberComply can streamline policy development, facilitate staff training and ensure ongoing compliance with the Standard.

Webinar Agenda

  • Developing information security policies, procedures and objectives;
  • Raising staff awareness and providing training on information security;
  • Establishing an effective communication system for reporting security incidents and managing security events;
  • Strategies for integrating ISO 27001:2022 requirements into existing processes and systems;
  • Tips for monitoring and reviewing the ISMS to ensure its ongoing effectiveness; and
  • Exploring the capabilities of the CyberComply platform in facilitating policy development and incident management to support ISO 27001:2022 compliance;

Delivered by

Alan Calder
Founder and Executive Chairman, IT Governance

Alan Calder is an acknowledged international cyber security expert and a leading author on information security and IT governance issues.

Alan founded IT Governance in 2002 and he has written more than 20 books on cyber security. His work draws on his experience leading the world’s first successful implementation of BS 7799 – now ISO 27001 – and is also the basis for the UK Open University’s postgraduate course on information security.

Alan has been involved in the development of a wide range of information security management training courses that have been accredited by IBITGQ (International Board for IT Governance Qualifications).