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Migration from the 2013 to the 2022 documents

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Guest user Created:   Jul 11, 2023 Last commented:   Jul 12, 2023

Migration from the 2013 to the 2022 documents

I am currently working on a project with a client attempting to get them ISO 27001:2022 certified. The project started in mid 2020 and we took over the project late last year and are using the 2013 version of the templates however, we are not sure whether we need to use the 2022 transition documents to update their project or whether we can stay on the 2013 iteration of the standard for their certification later on in the year. 

If you need any further context regarding the project, please let me know.

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Rhand Leal Jul 11, 2023

Since you want to be certified against ISO 27001:2022, you need to use the transition documents and update your project accordingly.

If you decide to go for certification according to the old 2013 revision, you need to perform it the latest until end of October this year (2023).

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Nika Jul 11, 2023

Hello Rhand, October 2023 - can the date be different in other countries? Can it be the case, that the date is big later in Germany? Thank you!

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Rhand Leal Jul 12, 2023

This deadline for certification against ISO 27001:2013 is worldwide applicable, so the deadline for Germany is also October 2023.

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