Any help or Insight on complying with ISO 27001:2005 standard would be greatly appreciated. Does this standard specify any specific things we would need to implement? So far all I know is that the standard requires you to have policies in place but not sure if it sets them or just gives guidelines.
Do kindly see my posting and it is better to align with 27001:2013 which is the most recent and all have to take reference instead of the older 2005. Extracted key pts below
- the toolkit http://www.iso27001security.com/html/iso27k_toolkit.html
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