ISO 27001:2013 and ISO 27001:2022 are international standards that provide a framework for developing, implementing, maintaining, and continuously improving information security management systems (ISMS). The goal of these standards is to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information by implementing a risk management process and establishing security control requirements.
The following are the key differences between ISO 27001:2013 and ISO 27001:2022:
Risk management process: ISO 27001:2022 introduces a new risk management process that emphasises the significance of risk assessments and risk treatment plans.
Organizational context: ISO 27001:2022 emphasises understanding the organization's context, including its goals, objectives, and risks.
Information security governance: ISO 27001:2022 includes new requirements for information security governance, such as the formation of a formal security committee and the appointment of a senior-level information security manager.
Supply chain security: ISO 27001:2022 includes new requirements for ensuring the security of information processed by third-party service providers.
Information security incident management: ISO 27001:2022 introduces new incident management requirements, such as the creation of incident response plans and the reporting of incidents to appropriate authorities.
Privacy: ISO 27001:2022 adds new requirements for protecting privacy and personal data, such as conducting privacy impact assessments and managing privacy risks.
Cloud security: ISO 27001:2022 introduces new requirements for the security of data processed in cloud computing environments.
Finally, ISO 27001:2022 provides a more comprehensive and up-to-date framework for managing information security risks. Organizations that have already implemented ISO 27001:2013 should consider upgrading to the latest version in order to remain compliant with the most recent best practises in information security management.