ISO/IEC 27001 is the only audit-able international standard which defines the requirements Information Security Management System (ISMS).
The standard is designed to ensure the selection of adequate and proportionate security controls. This helps you to protect information assets and give confidence to any interested parties, especially customers. The standard adopts a process approach for establishing, implementing, operating, monitoring, reviewing, maintaining, and improving your ISMS (The standards is completed by several others standards forming ISO27000 family, like ISO27002 and ISO27005).
ISO 22301 provides a formal business continuity framework and will help to develop a BUSINESS CONTINUITY PLAN that will keep business running during and following a disruption. It will also minimize the impact to resume normal service quickly, ensuring key services and products are still delivered.
ISO 22301 is the new international standard for BUSINESS CONTINUITY MANAGEMENT. It has been created in response to strong international interest in the original British Standard BS 25999-2 and other regional standards. And if you meet the requirements to gain certification, your organization will be recognized globally.
ISO/IEC 27031 gives best-practice guidelines for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to ensure BUSINESS CONTINUITY. Since most processes in an organization depend on ICT, disruptions to these systems can lead to huge risks and damage the company’s reputation. Security breaches, such as system intrusions or malware infections, are two examples of inefficient ICT that can have a serious impact on business-critical functions. By incorporating these guidelines, organizations can improve their management operations, planning processes, data processing and data transmission, while keeping critical documents safe. ISO27031 is the conjunction point between ISO27000 family on Information security and ISO22301 on Business Continuity.