Information Security Management System (ISMS)
An organization’s information security is managed systematically via an information security management system (ISMS). The ISMS offers a set of security controls that a business can include in policies, procedures, and other types of papers. It may also have well-established processes and technology not included in documented management systems. The papers that must be present at a minimum are specified by the ISO 27001 standard.
The implementation of an ISMS offers a structured method for incorporating information security into a company’s operational procedures. It strengthens the organization’s resistance to changing security threats and maintains the confidentiality, integrity, and accessibility of organizational and customer information by helping to manage and reduce risks to acceptable levels.
Before beginning any deployment, businesses must describe and record a risk assessment technique and determine the protection of specific firm assets. The ISMS may cover the entire company or just a particular department, service, or function. An organization’s ISMS can have a scope that is as narrow or as broad as is required.