Security Frameworks

An information security framework is a series of documented, agreed and understood policies, procedures, and processes that define how information is managed in an organization, to lower risk and vulnerability, and increase confidence in a world that is more connected than ever before.

There are numerous different security frameworks used globally, developed to suit a wide variety of businesses and sectors. The effort put into developing these frameworks show the importance of not inventing a framework on your own. Instead organizations should choose a widely used and proven framework that fit their needs.

Today the most commonly used general frameworks in the Nordics are the ISO 27000-series, NIST Cyber Security Framework and the framework of Information Security Forum.

If you need help choosing the framework that is best for your organization, or need help with implementation, Seadot Cybersecurity with our experienced consultants can help you out.

ISO/IEC 27001

The ISO/IEC 27001/27002 standards provide a full-scale systematic approach to managing information security within your organisation. Although not a compulsory requirement, compliance or certification to the standard provides a set of best practices and serves as a blueprint to a well-established management system for information security within your organisation.

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