Geplaatst op 3.2.2017 door

Universal Security Management Systems Standard 2017

states the requirements for establishing, implementing, operating and continually improving a dedicated Security Management System (SMS) for an organisation. 

It ensures the safety of people, and the protection of the interests and assets of the organisation against the actions of malicious adversaries such as criminals, vandals and terrorists. 

In this USMS Standard 2016 Security Management is a mature management process that is risk based, stakeholder driven and continually improved with a Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle. 

This Standard has been drafted in accordance with the High Level Structure for management systems of ISO. This ensures compatibility and smooth integration of the Security Management System with other ISO based management systems.  Therefore, a Security Management System established in line with this USMS Standard may seamlessly be implemented with management systems based on modern management standards such as ISO 22301 Business Continuity Management, ISO 27001 and ISO 27002 Information Security Management, and ISO 55000 Asset Management.

This USMS Standard includes the protection of all parts, processes, people, areas, sites, objects, infrastructures, networks, systems, tangible and intangible assets and interests of an organisation. The standard addresses strategical, operational, procedural, organisational, tactical, physical and communication aspects of Security.

This USMS Standard specifies the requirements that may be used for the certification of a Security Management System. 

The USMS 2017 has been reviewed and has been published as the USMS Standard 2017!

 


ISO publishes international standards. This Universal Standard is created in line with the rules and best practices for drafting standards, and it is structured and of of the same quality as the best ISO standards out there.
Marcel Spit
79 weken geleden

Zelf reageren