Citation Edit

British Standards Institution, BS 7799-3, Guidelines for Information Security Risk Management (Feb. 1, 2006) (full-text).

Overview Edit

"Part 1 is a standard code of practice and provides guidance on how to secure an information system. Part 2 specifies the management framework, objectives, and control requirements for information security management systems [B7799]. The certification scheme works like ISO 9000. It is in use in the UK, the Netherlands, Australia, and New Zealand and might be proposed as an ISO standard or adapted to be part of the Common Criteria."[1]}}

Section 9 deals with Business Continuity Management. The corresponding international standard is ISO 17799.

References Edit

  1. Internet Security Glossary, at 23.

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