What is ISMS/JIS Q 27001?
Information Security Management System (ISMS) is a set of standard and policies for managing information technologies assets against security threats and minimize risks.
ISO/IEC 27001:2005 was published in October 2005 as international standards for ISMS certification and published in Japan as JIS Q 27001:2006.
The standard was renewed as ISO/IEC 27001:2005 on October 2013. To Check the latest JIS standard number is click here.
What is Information Security?
Balancing confidentiality, integrity, and availability (CIA) for the information assets that an organization should protect.
- Confidentiality: Access is only allowed for authorized persons.
- Integrity:Saving information assets in complete and accurate condition.
- Availability: Keeping information assets in a format that is usable when needed.
The Key of ISMS/JIS Q 27001(PDCA Cycle)
JIS Q 27001 defines clearly on how various aspects of ISMS, from establishment, adoption, operations, monitoring, to reviews should be done in order to maintain its validity. Therefore we recommend the adoption of PDCA cycle for the purpose of ISMS.