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Old 29th May 2018, 10:36 AM

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Re: Policies Mandatory or essential for ISO 27001 implementation

In Reply to Parent Post by AndyN View Post


This is an interesting list. Before anyone can suggest which policies and procedures are warranted, don't we first have to know WHAT type of information is being secured? For example, if the organization is in the business of disposing of paper records, what use is a "cryptographic controls" policy?
Well you might be right. If a company does not use e-mail, any computer storage, then it is true - it would not need any cryptographic controls.

I am sure we still could find a few companies meeting these conditions but probably they would not be reading this thread, would they ?

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