FedRAMP and SOC 2: What’s the Difference?
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FedRAMP and SOC 2: What’s the Difference?

How can your customers assess whether you are as secure as you claim to be? By asking for an independent, third-party audit and review of your information security posture. But what about when your prospect is one of the US federal agencies? A SOC 2 attestation wouldn’t cut the mark here. You will need a…

ISO 27001 Scope Statement Ultimate Guide
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ISO 27001 Scope Statement Ultimate Guide

Just like how a building is only as good as its foundation, your ISO 27001 certification is only as good as the scope of your Information Security Management Systems (ISMS). Writing the scope statement, therefore, is undeniably one of the most critical things you will do when you kickstart your ISO 27001 compliance journey. To…

Information Security Policy – Everything You Should Know
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Information Security Policy – Everything You Should Know

Your Information Security Policy needs to be robust and protect your organization from internal and external threats. Its scope should be exhaustive, yet it should make room for updates and edits and keep pace with the changing business environments and threats. It sets the tone and foundation for how you plan to protect your organization’s…

The Importance of Statement of Applicability in ISO 27001
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The Importance of Statement of Applicability in ISO 27001

The importance of the Statement of Applicability in ISO 27001 cannot be overstated. It is the central document that your certification auditors would use to walk through your Information Security Management System (ISMS) processes and controls. So, if you are contemplating getting your organization ISO 27001 certified, this article is a must-read. Upon reading, you…

How to Hire an ISO 27001 Consultant?
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How to Hire an ISO 27001 Consultant?

Information security compliances such as ISO 27001 have been accorded a quasi-mystical status, mainly led by a lack of understanding. The security management framework is either reduced to a simple checklist (when in fact, the opposite is true) or it is made out to be an extremely complex and unattainable security standard. The truth, like…

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