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Avoid the problems of setting the wrong ISMS scope and get advice on how to optimize it for the specific needs of your organization.
Dejan Kosutic, one of the leading ISO 27001 experts, will explain which steps you must take when deciding on ISMS scope, and show you how to fill in each element of the Scope document using a real document template.
This unique video tutorial will enable you to understand the concept of scope according to ISO 27001 and avoid unnecessary loss of time and money due to mistakes made at the very beginning of your project.
Target audience: Companies trying to define in which parts of the organization they will implement ISO 27001
Document presented in video: ISMS Scope Document
Presenter: Dejan Kosutic
Access: Available as part of the toolkits listed below
Duration: 18m 49s
Format: Streaming video (delivered online)
2. ISO 27001 requirements
3. Structure of Scope Document
4. Decision-making process
5. Inputs for scope document
6. Scope options
7. Filling in the Scope Document
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Date: Thursday - July 31, 2014
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Webinar designed for individuals just starting to learn about ISO 27001. The webinar explains the structure of the ISO 27001:2005 standard, and gives an overview of the planning phase elements (ISMS scope, ISMS Policy, risk assessment methodology, risk assessment, risk treatment, Statement of Applicability, Risk Assessment Report), document and records control, and mandatory documents according to ISO 27001:2005.