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ISO 27000 course

ISO 27000 Standards Course - Mastering information security management

Discover our specialized course on ISO 27000 standards and learn how to effectively implement and manage an information security management system. Explore the principles and best practices defined by ISO 27001 and ISO 27002, and develop your skills in data protection, risk management and regulatory compliance. 

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📍 ISO 27000 standards

The ISO 27000 suite of international standards is designed to protect information. It is the result of a search for a common consensus in the field. However, compliance with a standard does not formally guarantee a given level of security. The standards do not take into account recent state-of-the-art, regulatory or sector-specific requirements (banking, health, national defense, etc.).


Some of the main standards included in the 27000 series :

27001Information security management systems
27002Code of good practice
27004Safety management measures
27005Risk management
27035Security incident management
27037Processing digital evidence (forensics)
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ISO 27001 enables a company to implement and improve its information security management system :

  • ISO 27001 certification, issued by an accredited certification body following an audit, guarantees that a company has complied with the security requirements of the standard. This certification is valid for 3 years, and a control audit is carried out every year;
  • A company may be required to have this certification in order to gain access to certain contracts, for example with an organization that pays European agricultural subsidies.

ISO 27002 defines a set of best practices for information security (implementation guidelines, audit checklist).

ISO 27005 defines the guidelines for managing information security risks within an organization. A company can rely on this risk management process to integrate security.

📍 ISO 27001 Information Security Management System

ISMS (Information Security Management System)

The ISMS approach is based on the ISO 9000 standard (Plan / Do / Check / Act).



This phase sets objectives and action plans:

  • Identification of assets or property ;
  • Risk analysis ;
  • Choosing the scope of the ISMS :
    • What is the scope? This is the scope of the ISMS, and the choice is yours, but it must be limited to at least those activities for which the company requires trust.
    • What security policy?
    • What level of security is required within the company (integrity, confidentiality, availability of information).

It should be noted that the standard does not impose a minimum level of security. Beware: a company can therefore be ISO 27001 certified while having defined a reduced perimeter and a less stringent security policy.


This phase defines the implementation and operation of the measures and policy:

  • Establish a risk management plan ;
  • Deploying safety measures ;
  • Training and raising staff awareness;
  • Continuous incident detection for rapid response.


This phase involves measuring the results of the actions implemented:

  • Internal ISMS compliance and effectiveness audits (one-off and planned) ;
  • Re-examine the adequacy of the SSI policy with its environment;
  • Monitor the effectiveness of measures and system compliance;
  • Monitor residual risks.


This last phase determines the planning and follow-up of corrective and preventive actions.


This last phase determines the planning and follow-up of corrective and preventive actions.

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ISO 27000 is a series of international standards that establish a framework for information security management within an organization. It provides guidelines and best practices for identifying, implementing, maintaining and improving an information security management system (ISMS).

ISO 27000 standards are essential in helping organizations protect sensitive information and manage information security risks. They provide a systematic approach to establishing appropriate security controls, meeting regulatory and legal requirements, and building trust with customers and business partners.

Yes, it is possible to have your ISMS certified to ISO 27001. A certification issued by an accredited body attests to the conformity of the ISMS to the requirements of the standard. However, certification is not mandatory, and some organizations choose simply to implement the standard's best practices without seeking certification.

ISO 27001 is an international standard that specifies the requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining and improving an information security management system (ISMS) within an organization. It provides a framework of best practices for effectively managing the security of sensitive information.

ISO 27001 aims to help organizations protect their sensitive information by identifying and managing information security risks. It helps to establish appropriate controls, guarantee the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information, and establish a framework of trust with stakeholders.

ISO 27001 certification offers several benefits, including demonstrating commitment to information security, complying with legal and regulatory requirements, improving customer and partner confidence, reducing the risk of data breaches, and establishing a strong security culture within the organization.

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