ISO/IEC 27001:2022 Transition Training Course - Can your clients trust your defense against cyber-attacks?
As ISO/IEC 27001:2013 will soon be replaced by ISO/IEC 27001:2022, there are many questions and considerations as organizations prepare for the new standard and its requirements. Since you are currently certified to ISO/IEC 27001:2013, BSI wants to help you understand what is changing and host a broader discussion around the future of information security.
Come join industry experts and peers from around the world for BSI’s upcoming event Can clients trust your cyber-attack defenses? During a variety of interactive breakout sessions, we will explore topics around information security, the changing landscape, and new threats.
Contact us at 800.217.1390 to inquire about group discounts.
Sessions will reflect the information security changing landscape and new threats:
- ISO/IEC 27001:2022’s response to the new world cyber security disruptors: How to protect and defend your organization
- Key controls and domains used to mitigate risks in the cloud computing environment using Industry Cloud Security best practices
- Mitigating exposure of sensitive data using the privacy and PII (Personally Identifiable Information) frameworks to protect your stakeholder's confidential information
- Empowering your organization to eliminate downtime using the Business Resilience framework to ensure Continuity, Integrity, and Availability (CIA) of your data services
- Digital “Vaccine” against cyber threats – Using Information Security solutions to protect Personal Health Information (PHI)
- Automotive industry having to meet security standards for OEM Customer Specific Requirements – TISAX
- Armor up your organization’s cyber security to meet DoD requirements
- How the pandemic has accelerated the digitalization of our global economy and increased reliance on information communication technologies
Who should attend?
- Any individual requiring a working knowledge and understanding of ISO 27001 standard
- Any individuals responsible for making IoT devices and Common Data
- Presidents/Vice Presidents/CEOs
- ISO Coordinators/Management Representatives
- Laboratory quality professionals
- Accredited auditors requiring the competency to audit Information Security Management systems
|Start Time||End Time||Topic|
|8:30am||9:00am||Registration and Breakfast|
|9:15am||10:40am||Training: Part 1- ISO 27001:2022 Transition Training|
|11:00am||12:00pm||Training: Part 2 - ISO 27001:2022 Transition Training|
|Breakout 1 - Attend one of the following options:|
Room 1 | Topic A - Managing controls and domains to mitigate risks in the cloud |
Room 2 | Topic B - TISAX – Helping the Automotive industry
|Breakout 2 - Attend one of the following options:|
Room 1 | Topic C - Managing exposure of confidential data using privacy frameworks |
Room 2 | Topic D - How the revamped ISO 27001, 27002 and linked standards support the management of digital technology risk
|3:00pm||3:20pm||Break and snacks|
|Breakout 3 - Attend one of the following options:|
Room 1 | Topic E - Healthcare Sector – Information Security to protect Personal Health Information |
Room 2 | Topic F - Cybersecurity to meet DoD requirements
|4:10pm||4:20pm||Break and back to main session|
|4:20pm||4:30pm||Bringing It All Together |
Once registered, you will receive a link that allows you to personalize specific tour information, including the sessions you desire to attend at the location(s) for which you've registered.