Eliminate manual effort across assessments by up to 90% and meet compliance continuously against all frameworks or standards.
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Types of ISO 27001 Controls
There are fourteen types of controls in Annex A of ISO 27001. They are listed below, with a brief description of each.
Information Security Policies - ensures that all information security policies are created and updated according to best practices.
Organization of Information Security - establishes a framework for implementing information security protocols and ensures that remote workers or those using corporate mobile devices follow security guidelines.
Human Resource Security - ensures all employees and contractors understand security practices and their responsibilities before, during, and after employment with the company.
Asset Management - identifies information assets and defines and assigns protection for those assets against unauthorized disclosure, modification, removal or destruction.
Access Control - ensures proper levels of information access among employees according to their roles.
Cryptography - provides data encryption for sensitive content.
Physical and Environmental Security - prevents unauthorized access to a company’s physical campus or anywhere sensitive data is stored. Also aims to prevent the loss of hardware, software and other types of equipment or files.
Operations Security - ensures security of operations and processing facilities, including risk mitigation, back-up systems, security monitoring and documentation, software integrity, unauthorized access, and audit disruptions.
Communications Security - ensures network security and availability.
System Acquisition, Development and Maintenance - ensures that IT security remains an integral part of a company’s overall process through any acquisitions or growth and addresses security requirements over public networks.
Supplier Relationships - covers third-party contracts and governs IT security and service delivery agreements with vendors.
Information Security Incident Management - specifies responsibility for managing and reporting security incidents and responses.
Information Security Aspects of Business Continuity - addresses information security continuity in the event of a disruption and reduces redundancies.
Compliance - ensures compliance with local regulations and legal requirements while mitigating the penalties and cost of non-compliance.