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ISO 17799 Resources
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17799.Com :: View topic - Certification against BS/ ISO
ISO27001 is what you certify to. It has statements such as 'Shall', it is black and white and if you dont meet the requirements of the standard you dont 'pass'. It does make some very good points and requires the development of a Risk Strategy & Treatment Plan etc...
ISO17799 provides the Code of Practice, and provides statements such as 'should' giving you the chance to choose what you implement as 'best practice', this can be used as guidance for 'compliance to'.
You cannot certify to ISO17799.
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