Transitioning to the new ISO27001:2022
The new version of ISO27001 replaces the current ISO27001:2013. Find everything you need to know about the update below.
What has changed?
The update includes a small number of technical fixes to the standard and the replacement of Annex A with the list of controls from the new ISO27001. The changes are only moderate and have been made primarily to simplify implementation.
ISO 27001:2022 key updates
- The main part of ISO 27001 (clauses four to 10) has not changed
- Only the security controls listed in ISO 27001 Annex A have been update
- The number of controls has decreased from 114 to 93
- Controls are now placed in four sections instead of the previous 14
- There are 11 new controls (none of the previous controls were deleted, but many were merged)
- Only the security controls listed in ISO 27001 Annex A will be updated
- Changes in ISO 27001:2022 Annex A will be fully aligned with changes in ISO 27002:2022
What do I need to do?
As the changes are only moderate, we recommend avoiding adding new documents or deleting your existing documents.
The best way to comply with these changes is to:
- Update your risk treatment process with new controls
- Update your Statement of Applicability
- Adapt relevant sections in your existing policies and procedures
- Conduct a management review to ensure all areas are covered
- Review your internal audits to confirm all new controls have been considered
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Whatever the size of your organisation or industry, our team of governance, risk, and compliance specialists work with you to ensure a smooth transition to the new ISO27001:2022. We support you to create a robust ISMS as per the new ISO27001:2022 and identify any gaps in your existing ISMS.
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