Stepping foot into Davos for the very first time was akin to entering a realm of unparalleled wonder. While getting the invitation itself had been surreal, actually walking in as a delegate of the Cyber Future Foundation felt like a dream materializing into reality.
Now that ISO 42001 has been published, organizations are looking more closely at possible adherence to this new standard for artificial intelligence (AI). But those familiar with established ISO standards will know that this new framework for regulating AI will be similarly rigorous and any opportunity to streamline certification—like a gap assessment—will be enormously advantageous.
Like many of the other ISO standards, ISO 22301 features introductory clauses (1-3), and it also has its own fundamental clauses (4-10)—of these, clause 8 (Operation) is key to standing up the Business Continuity Management System (BCMS) and achieving ISO 22301 certification.
Having now grown into one of the world’s leading international security standards, ISO 27001 lays out the required criteria for taking a holistic approach to information security through the implementation and ongoing maintenance of an information security management system (ISMS).
NOTE: This blog was originally published on 11/3/2023 based on the ISO/IEC DIS 42001 and has been updated as of 1/5/2024 as a result of ISO/IEC 42001:2023 (ISO 42001) being officially published on 12/18/2023.
If you own a cell phone, you likely know that Apple releases a new version of the iPhone virtually every year. But sometimes, the versions look so similar you wonder what the difference is between models and you have to go digging into the specs of each before you fork over your hard-earned dollars.
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Introduction ISO/IEC 27001:2015 (ISO 27001) certification is becoming more of a conversation in most major businesses in the United States. To provide some depth, there was a 20% increase in ISO 27001 certificates maintained globally (comparing the numbers from 2014 to 2015 as noted in the recent ISO survey). As for North America, there was a 78% growth rate in ISO 27001 certificates maintained, compared to those in North America in 2014. So it is clear evidence that the compliance effort known as ISO 27001 is making its imprint on organizations in the United States. However, it’s just the beginning. Globally, there are 27,563 ISO 27001 certificates maintained, of which only 1247 are maintained in the United States; that is 4.5% of all ISO 27001 certificates.