A new version of ISO/IEC 27001 has just been published. It addresses improved digital trust and cypersecurity challenges.
Cybercrime severity is growing as hackers develop their cybercrime methods. The World Economic Forum’s Global Cybersecurity Outlook report report showed cyber-attacks increased 125 % in 2021; and a spike through 2022. ISO 27001 management system professionals must take a strategic approach to cyber-risks.
Here’s how to protect your assets.
“Amid the Fourth Industrial Revolution, systemic interdependence creates both downside costs of cyber-risk and holds a much greater upside value,” says Andreas Wolf, who leads the group of experts responsible for the standard. “The organizations that will lead us into the digital future are those that are not only vulnerable enough to admit they can’t do it alone, but are also confident and savvy enough to realize that it’s better for businesses to not even attempt it.”
To address these cybersecurity challenges, organizations must enhance their resilience and implement cyber threat mitigation efforts. Here’s how ISO/IEC 27001 will benefit your organization: