ISO Certification Services in Bengaluru
ISO 27001 certification body in Bangalore
ISO certification body in Bangalore engaged in Certification of establish, and maintain an effective quality
assurance system for manufacturing and service industries in all over karnataka. We offer the most comprehensive,
competitive, and cost effective and result oriented auditing / assessment services for quality assurance system for
manufacturing & other Management System Certifications. We also provide training. Our quality management training
appeals to all learning styles, improve the delegates' learning experience and achieves a better level of understanding
at the end of the course.
We have an in-depth experience in this field which has enabled us in offering innovative and best solution to our clients.
We provide ISO 27001 certification and implementation support. This includes a phase wise approach that involves understanding
business context to information security, information asset identification, information valuation, security valuation,
technical and procedural risk assessment.ISO/IEC 27001 is the only auditable international standard which defines the
requirements for an Information Security Management System (ISMS). The standard is designed to ensure the selection of
adequate and proportionate security controls.
What is ISO 27001
ISO 27001 is an Information Security Management System (ISMS) published standard which formally specifies a management system
that is intended to bring information security under explicit management control, including the use of classification and labeling.
it is a standard written by the world’s best experts in the field of information security and aims to provide a methodology for the
implementation of information security in an organisation. It also enables an organisation to get certified, which means that an
independent certification body has confirmed that information security has been implemented in the best possible way in the organisation.
ISO 9001- FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)
1. What does ISO 27001 stand for?
ISO/IEC 27001:2005, part of the growing ISO/IEC 27000 family of standards, is an information security management system
(ISMS) standard published in October 2005 by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International
Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). Its full name is ISO/IEC 27001:2005 – Information technology – Security techniques – Information
security management systems – Requirements. As of July 2013, a new version is in draft: ISO/IEC 27001:2013. ISO 27001:2013 has been
available in its release form since 25 September 2013.
ISO/IEC 27001:2005 formally specifies a management system that is intended to bring information security under explicit
management control. Being a formal specification means that it mandates specific requirements. Organizations that claim
to have adopted ISO/IEC 27001 can therefore be formally audited and certified compliant with the standard
2. What is the role of SAG in ISO 27001?
SAG is the ISO certification Body. We make people to recognise the benefits of ISO certification and how they get
cerified their company or organization which help them in their business growth.
3. What are the Benefits of iso 27001 certification?
- (a) Clear communication of security requirements to third parties and scheduled periodic reviews of compliance with such requirements.
- (b) Volume of data maintenance can be reduced – when classification of data is done redundant data can be eliminated.
- (c) Availability of a security policy and regulations make it easier to resolve security incidents.
- (d) A rise in the number of customers by maintaining the customer information confidentially.
- (e) improve employee ethics and strengthen the notion of confidentiality throughout the workplace.
- (f) Provides customers and stakeholders with confidence in how you manage risk.
- (g) allows you to ensure you are meeting your legal obligations.s
- (h) Consistency in the delivery of your service or product.
- (i) Allows for secure exchange of information.
- (j) Public demonstration.
4. How is risk assessment related to ISO/IEC 27001?
Risk assessment approach is a group part of the PLAN (identify, analyze and evaluate the risks),
DO (select, implement, and use controls to manage the risks), CHECK, and ACT cyclic process. ISO 27001
explicitly requires the organisation to carry out a risk assessment, and says that risk assessment must be based
on agreed risk acceptance criteria, (which are to be used when analysing risk) and that risk assessments must produce
accordant, valid and comparable results.
5.What is ISMS certification?
ISO/IEC 27001 certification is the process by which an organization’s ISMS is examined against the ISO/IEC
27001 specification by an accredited certification body.
6.How long is a certificate valid?
Certificates have a maximum validity is three years.
7. My company is very small. Can I get certified?
Perfectly, We 'hv worked with companies of one or two people who is find out to get certified.
The operations that you'll put in place would have the same purpose as a much larger company
it's just that the execution will be simpler.
8. Can the standards improve "customer satisfaction"?
Definetly! The standards improve customer satisfaction. Customer satisfaction is important in the ISO .The standard
recognizes that although processes underpin a healthy organization, meeting customer requirements is fundamental to its success.
Customer satisfaction drives successful private sector businesses. High-performing
businesses have developed principles and strategies for achieving customer satisfaction A customer is
satisfied only if and when they say they are satisfied. Satisfaction is
based upon the customer's perception of the experience.
9. What changed between ISO 27001 – 2005 and ISO 27001 – 2013?
The Old standard talks about Documented ISMS, whereas the New one strongly focuses on understanding the
context of business.Also, a reference to ISO31000 – the Risk Management standard is added. The huge importance
of interested parties, which can include shareholders, authorities (including legal and regulatory requirements),
clients, partners, etc., is recognized in the new ISO 27001 – there is a separate clause that specifies that all
the interested parties must be listed, together with all their requirements.
This is definitely an excellent way of defining key inputs into the ISMS.
10. What is the certification process?
- 1. Part 1 audit (also known as a desktop audit) where the CB auditor examines the pertinent documentation.
- 2. Taking action on the results of the part 1 audit.
- 3. Part 2 audit (on site audit) where the CB sends an audit team to examine your implementation of the reviewed, documented ISMS.
- 4. Correction of audit findings. Agreement on a surveillance schedule.
- 5. Issuance of certificate. (Depending on the CB, this can take anywhere from a few weeks to several months.)