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Are there any guidelines or help to setting up ISO policies in compliance with ISO 27001:2005?

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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.
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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 from the community which varied guidance document and checklist
- there is a pdf states the details going into the clauses, it has a nice table mapping of ISO/IEC 27001:2013 clauses to ISO/IEC 27001:2005.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Security/Misc/Q_28388472.html

I also like to highlight 27001 as it is (in this good summary on the need to consider and do's pdf) is not only about compliance but include also
- establish a ready and updated understanding in your existing inventory of IT initiatives,
- ensure information availability and robustness in the control that are and should be in place
- follow consistent review cycle of ISMS implementation phases that is repeatable and governed with mgmt oversight.
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Thank you for all the info, this will get us on the right track.
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