IS0 27001 Compliance in California
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Being a global center for sharp minds and innovation,California houses many organizations dealing with sensitive information and customer data from worldwide. Alarmingly increasing cyber-attacks and data thefts make people conscious while sharing information.
ISO 27001 certification in California is a breezy process now; Akitra’s AI enables compliance automation platforms, reduces error, and cuts down time by a great factor.
ISO 27001 assists businesses in managing their people, processes, and technology to assure information confidentiality, availability, and integrity. The standard sets requirements and policies for the Information Security Management System(ISMS). Following best practice and having robust ISMS adds a feeling of reliability to the organization.
With evolving threats and cyber-attacks, your organization should be continuously going through analysis and maintaining the top security standards.
Identifying risks, creating a relevant set of policies, gathering evidence, conducting audits, and so on. If you are going through the traditional ISO 27001 certification process, the innumerable number of tasks requires exhausting working hours of many, many employees, while lack of coordination induces errors, and the cost has skyrocketed already.
Akitra’s compliance automation platform reduces time and financial burden by automating many steps and also serves as a platform where you can easily coordinate and track the progress.
By Implementing ISO 27001 in your organization you’ll be enhancing the information security against the evolving cyber attacks, adding the layer of trust and credibility for your customers.
There are many clauses an organization needs to comply with to be ISO Certified. Here are two major requirements to maintain while going through ISO 27001 Certification:
With thorough risk assessment identify the threats to your Information.
Perform a risk assessment
Define the scope of the Information Security Management System and its objectives
Define and/or select relevant controls
Collect compliance evidence
Conduct an internal audit to evaluate the ISMS and its operational effectiveness
Have an ISO audit performed by a third-party auditor