How to Enhance Information Security Resilience with the New ISO/IEC 27001 Standard

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ISO/IEC 27001 Information Security Management has been updated to reflect new business practices, such as remote working and increased dependencies on cloud services. The updated standard provides more robust controls, enabling your organization to address increasingly sophisticated security risks and ensure business continuity.

To find out more about the new revision to this standard join this webinar, where we will discuss the changes to ISO/IEC 27001:2022 Information Security and put them into the context of your business.

Join this session to:

  • Learn about the changes to ISO/IEC 27001 and their impact on your organization.
  • Hear about ways of managing the risks associated with new ways of operating, such as cloud services, remote working and BYOD
  • Discover how certification enhances ability to safeguard yours and your clients' sensitive information, and establish yourself as trusted leaders in the field of information security


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Gary Hibberd

Co-Founder of Consultants Like Us

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David Mudd

Global Head of Digital Trust Assurance, BSI Group

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