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Where is information security in ISO 9001:2008?
June 27, 2015Posted by on
A friend asked me this question yesterday…
If you search for the term ‘security’ in ISO 9001:2008, it is not there. If I were to map information security to ISO 9001, only clause I can map it is 6.4: Work Environment which reads like: “The organization shall determine and manage the work environment to achieve conformity to product requirements”. With IT increasingly being part of everyday business, a secured work environment to protect businesses from loss of confidentiality, integrity and availability becomes a prerequisite. Information security works around identification of risks, planning for their mitigation and effectively implementing those plans. The 2008 version of ISO 9001 has included ‘risks associated with environment’ right in the beginning, in its clause 0.1a: Introduction.
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