With the release of ISO 27001:2022 scheduled for this year, organisations should take steps now to prepare.
The internationally-recognised standard for information security management systems, ISO 27001, is being updated.
Last updated in 2013, the new version will be more relevant and up-to-date with the latest security threats and technologies.
Presented on Thursday May 12, at 12:30PM AEST, experts David Simpson, Erin Casteel and Stephen Weekley uncovered what this update means for organisations certified, or looking to be certified to ISO 27001.
Our presenters will explore how your organisation should prepare to implement the ISO 27001:2022 changes into your information security management system.
Please note additional changes have been made since the webinar was live. Please reach out to our team today to have a chat.
What will you learn in this webinar?
- ISO 27001:2022 proposed release date and transition period
- What has changed in ISO 27001:2022 compared to ISO 27001:2013
- Practical steps to take to prepare for its arrival
Can’t attend live? Register and we’ll send you the recording.
About Our Presenters
Executive Director – Governance, Risk & Compliance | CyberCX
David is the Executive Director for the CyberCX GRC practice and brings in excess of 36 years of experience in the domain to this role.
David is highly qualified, holding the Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) credentials. He brings extensive business experience, holding an MBA and having led two specialist information security firms in the most senior management roles. David’s areas of specialty are information security strategies, frameworks and standards, information security policies and organisational risk management.
ISMS Auditor | SAI Global
Erin Casteel is a management systems Lead Auditor, as well as Australian Representative to ISO/IEC JTC1/SC27, the committee within ISO responsible for standardisation for information security, cybersecurity and privacy protection.
Erin is a Lead Architect of ITIL 4 and an author of the ITIL 4 Foundation book. She is also a strategic advisor and business architect, helping organisations to transform and thrive at velocity in the digital age.
Global Technical Scheme Owner | SAI Global
Stephen is the Global Technical Manager for ICT certification programs at SAI Global, and has over 35 years experience in ICT and certification fields.
Having come from a software development and project management background, Stephen has extensive experience in IT including information security and risk based management systems and would be one of Australia’s most experienced information security management system auditors.