ISO/IEC 27001 Information Security Management
ISO/IEC27001:2013 is an systematic information security management standard to manage sensitive business data so that it remains protected. ISMS includes people, process and organizational computer network by applying a risk management framework.
Businesses can relay on ISO/IEC 27001 ISMS standards to protect their business critical and confidential data and processes. ISMS is a full proof selection of security controls to protect digital assets and to build confidence among customers. Implementing ISO 27001 really helps your company in the following way:
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Independently accredited certification to the Standard is recognized around the world as an indication that your ISMS is aligned with information security best practice. Its best-practice approach helps organizations manage their information security by addressing people and processes as well as technology.
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Any organization that collects, stores, process data of EU residents or offers good and services, fall under GDPR and they must have comply with it, irrespective to their locations. If you are not based in European Union but doing business with EU residents then also you have to comply with GDPR.
Non-compliance with GDPR may cost your business €20 million or 4% of your annual global revenue (whichever higher). If you are outside of European Union and does not comply with GDPR and continue doing business then you may face severe business sanctions from the authorities.
GDPR does not offer any exemptions on the basis business size or revenue. The only exemption is businesses with fewer then 250 employees do not have to keep the data processing records and does not have to hire a dedicated data protection officer.
Under GDPR organizations must have to report data breach within 72 hours of the detection. If they fails to do so they may face penalties €10 million or 2% of their annual global revenue (whichever higher).