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ISO 27032 Cyber Security Guidelines

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ISO 27032 Standard Cyber Security Guidelines

In recognition of the need, ISO/IEC - ( Joint Technical Committee 1 of the International Organisation for Standardisation and the International Electrotechnical Commission) approved the creation of a new International Standard.

ISO/IEC 27032 will provide Guidelines for Cybersecurity. Currently after 2 years the standard is into its 3rd working draft incorporating the views and best practices provided by leading global experts. This International Standard defines and provides the subject of Cybersecurity while explaining the differences and separating the differences in Cybersecurity from Internet security, network security, ICT security, and information security in general.


Since there is a need for efficient and effective information sharing, coordination and incident handling amongst stakeholders in Cyberspace securely. Therefore, protecting the privacy of individuals concerned. Many of these stakeholders can be located globally anywhere.

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This International Standard takes a multi-front approach to address Cybersecurity risks that involves a combination of multiple strategies, taking into consideration the various stakeholders. These strategies include:

  1. Industry best practices.
  2. Educatrion for Broad business, consumer and Employee education.
  3. Provide a trusted resource for how to and address specific Cybersecurity risks.
  4. Ensure Legislation and policing by governments.

Innovative technology solutions to help protect users from known Cybersecurity attacks, stay current and be prepared against the latest threats.

Threats to the Cyberspace can be divided into four key areas:

  1. Threats to personal assets.
  2. Threats to organisational assets.
  3. Threats to virtual assets.
  4. Threats to infrastructure.

What is Cyber Security?

Encompasses all that protects enterprises and individuals from intentional attacks, breaches and incidents as well as the consequences.

Addresses primarily those types of attack, breach or incident that are targeted, sophisticated and difficult to detect or manage.

The focus of cyber security is on what has become known as advanced persistent threats (APTs), cyberwarfare and their impact on enterprises and individuals

Impact of Cybercrime and Cyber warfare on Business and Society:

  1. Theft of competitive data/competitive intelligence including espionage.
  2. Theft of (IP) intellectual property.
  3. Fraud - Financial fraud, identity theft.