ISO 27001 / Cybersecurity - Is your information protected?
ISO 27001 -
Information technology — Security techniques — Information security management systems — Requirements
The global work environment has changed significantly over the past couple of years as COVID -19 has forced many businesses to move to a remote or office/remote blended environment and operate from cloud-based platforms. Cybersecurity has never been more important given the constant transmission of documents, data, and sensitive information over the internet.
According to Cybersecurity Ventures August 24, 2020 report, global cybercrime costs are expected to grow by "15 percent per year over the next five years and reach $10.5 trillion annually by 2025". These cybercrime costs include theft of intellectual property, customer information, theft of personal or corporate financial data, lost productivity, fraud, embezzlement, a ransom for locking systems, and the efforts required to restore changed or deleted data.
A breach of information can be devastating to an organization’s reputation and pose a potential liability.
With the risk of cybersecurity breaches, the demand for cyber security standards such as ISO 27001 Information technology — Security techniques has grown. With a focus on continual improvement, certified companies must identify the information they are trying to protect, assess the risk factors surrounding this information and implement the required controls and process to protect it.
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