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17799.Com :: View topic - Mapping of security categories between 2000/2005 versions?
Posted: Sat Sep 17, 2005 12:17 am Post subject: Mapping
Correct me if I'm wrong, the 17799:2005 version has an Annex with mapping to the 17799:2000 version (I might be mistaken because I haven't read the new version yet).
However, this is regular for ISO standards and as soon as the other 27000-series standards are published there will be more mappings included (for example the 90003 standard for the application of 9001:2000 to computer software has Annexes that map it to 12207 and other standards).
Aditionally, as far as I can tell, the ISO 27001 will have an Annex (Annex C if I'm correct), that will include:
- Mapping of ISO 27001 to (relevant sections of) ISO 9001:2000
- Mapping of ISO 27001 to (relevant sections of) ISO 14001:1996
Anyone else interested in this mapping can also write me a mail. The mapping is essentially a mapping of Indexes of both revisions starting from the First Clause. The rearrangement of CO and Controls is also highlighted.
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