Thanks, Dejan. This is useful. Usually, most companies would have their best people in front of the customers. Sadly when it comes to implementation they are not around and the entire activity is left to inexperienced folks who usually go by the book.
1. What isms documents do the auditors look at? Or to say which document is critical to iso certificationWe have put in place an isms system. We are yet to perform a gap assessment to evaluate how far we have progressed in the journey. To me, this is the time ( prior to gap assessment and then certification) to assess how much of what we have written is applicable i.e of relevance in context to changing business requirements, to organization appetite for investment, and then amend the isms to appear more practical.
Does the above mentioned is relevant?
2. What isms documents do the auditors look at? Or to say which document is critical to iso certification