Do you need an ISO 27001 certification? Well…let’s answer a couple of questions.
Does your organization operate outside of the US?
Do you transmit, store, or receive sensitive information?
If you answered yes to both, ISO 27001 is for you.
But if you’re reading this, chances are you’re already considering getting certified. Maybe a client has asked for a report on your information security, or the lack of certification is blocking your sales funnel. The reality is that if you’re considering a SOC 2, but want to expand your customer or employee base internationally, ISO 27001 is for you. We recommend that businesses pursue an ISO 27001 certification for regulatory reasons, when it’s impacting your credibility and reputation, or when you’re going after deals internationally.
From understanding the scope of your ISO 27001 program to executing regular audits, we listed all the tasks you need to complete to get your ISO 27001 certification. Download the checklist below to get a comprehensive view of the effort involved in improving your security posture through ISO 27001.