ISMS POLICY STATEMENT
An ISMS Policy Statement is a document that defines the scope, objectives, and principles of an Information Security Management System (ISMS). An ISMS is a set of policies, procedures, and processes that aim to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information from various threats. An ISMS Policy Statement also demonstrates the commitment of the management to implement, maintain, and improve the ISMS in accordance with the ISO 27001 standard or other relevant frameworks.
Some examples of ISMS Policy Statements are:
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- GS1 India: This document states that GS1 India is committed to securing the information of the organization and its subscribers from internal or external, deliberate or accidental threats. It also outlines the management’s responsibilities, such as meeting regulatory and legislative requirements, ensuring information security awareness among employees, conducting risk assessments and audits, and providing appropriate resources for the ISMS.
- Systematics International Ltd: This document provides an overview of the company, the activities it carries out, and the quality standards it conforms to. It also explains how the company implements the requirements of the ISO 27001 standard, such as defining the scope and context of the ISMS, establishing information security objectives and policies, conducting risk assessments and treatment plans, measuring and improving the ISMS performance, and ensuring internal and external communication.
- CoralPay: This document states that CoralPay is committed to the integrity of its information and implements measures to protect the organization’s information through an information security program. It also defines the scope of the ISMS, which covers all information assets, processes, and systems that support the business operations of CoralPay.
I hope this helps you understand what an ISMS Policy Statement is. If you have any further questions, please feel free to ask your ISMS Manager