Regarding the Conformio Register of requirements: I don't understand how granular the entries should be (recommended or required by the ISO27001:2022 standard). We have a lot of contracts with different customers but the contracts themselves have the same content. Should we create a new entry for every customer contract or would it be sufficient to create a general entry for all contracts with the same content? Or should we even create a new entry for every requirement of each contract of every customer?
in the Scope Webinar it is said that software cannot be a scope, but a department can be.
And what about a service? In our case, it is software support service, which we offer to our clients. Can it be the scope?
Or in that case we have to formulate the scope as a department who performs the software support service?
I need to write up a draft an ISMS document that meets the ISO 27001 requirement for an SME. Could someone please guide me on where I can find a template of one? Otherwise, can someone provide the headings that I should include in the document, please.
How do you verify compliance to regulatory requirements? It should be a scheduled audit or random verification of meeting criteria? Thank you for consideration.
I have implemented ISO27001 at a country level. The Global company was only an interested part as a shareholder. But now that has changed and they are wanting to manage the network at a global level.
I don't know how to treat them in as part of this certification. Could you help with some advise on how to treat them?
I have a clarification question regarding the risk assessment and treatment report. When is this report created in the process of the ISO 27001 project? Before or after implementation of the necessary controls?
In the draft document it states that «The risk treatment was done from XX to XX.» (Risikobehandlung wurde im Zeitraum von [Tag/Monat/Jahr] bis [Tag/Monat/Jahr] durchgeführt.) Does this include that the controls are in place, or does this mean that the treatment plan etc. was created, but the controls do not have to be in place when writing the report?
Also, it says in the draft document (Heading 3.5) that «after implementation of the controls the residual risks are re-evaluated» (nach der Anwendung der Maßnahmen wurden die Restrisiken bewertet). This implies that the report is done after the controls have been implemented as the process (on which is reported) would include the residual risk evaluation after the implementation of the controls.
How can this standard be useful for implementing of other standards like ISO 27001, ISO 9001, AS 9100 etc.?