ISO 27018:2019 (Rs.5000/-)
What is ISO 27018: 2014?
ISO 27018: 2014 establishes commonly accepted control objectives, controls, and guidelines for the implementation of protection measures for Personally Identifiable Information (PII) in accordance with the privacy principles defined in ISO / IEC. 29100 for public cloud computing environments.
Cloud provides many benefits to businesses and consumers: cost savings, flexibility and mobile access to information at the top of the list. It also raises concerns about data security and privacy; especially around personally identifiable information (PII). Personal information identifies any information that identifies a specific user. The most obvious examples include name and contact information or your mother's maiden name. However, medical records, IP addresses and bank statements are not easily identifiable.
The ISO / IEC 27018: 2014 standard has been published to enable cloud service providers, whose infrastructure is certified by the standard, to tell their existing and potential customers that their data is protected and used in a Will also not be used for the purpose.
What are the benefits of ISO 27018?
Build confidence in your business - assures your customers and stakeholders that personal data and information is secure.
» Competitive Advantage - Stand out from your competitors by protecting personal information at the highest level
» Protects your brand security - Reduces the risk of adverse publicity due to data breaches
» Reduces Risk - Ensures that risks are identified and controls are in place to manage or mitigate them
» Prevents Fines - Ensures that local regulations are respected, reducing the risk of penalties for data breaches
» Contribute to the development of your business - Provides general guidelines in various countries, facilitates global business conduct and uses as a preferred supplier.
What industries implement ISO 27018: 2014?
ISO 27018 certification is suitable for all organizations, large or small, from all fields. The standard is particularly appropriate when personal data, such as payroll data, human resources or security of customer payments, is stored in a cloud environment. Now since GDPR is in force, it is essential that organizations demonstrate compliance and show how they protect their data, especially those that are not stored in one place.
If your company already implements the ISO 27001 ISMS standard, you are covered by 70% of the ISO 27001 regulations. However, if you are using cloud-based technologies, the ISO 27018 standard is considered an effective standard as companies want to demonstrate.