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ISO 17799 Resources
There are now quite a few BS7799, ISO27001 and ISO 17799 portals on the web offering commercial tools & products. Possibly the most complete is ISO 17799 and ISO 27001 Central.
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Some excellent ideas there Stephen. I can certainly confirm that this forum is more than happy to hold whatever FOC recources/tools members are prepared to write/produce.
A special 'content' section is actually about to be launched, specifically for constributions to the public domain.
Regarding BS7799 / ISO 17799 itself being available FOC, again I find it difficult to disagree with you. The problem is that there are too many different parties involved there, and not just BSI and ISO. Unfortunately, it won't happen. Pity.
However, with the will, I am hopeful that the FOC void can be filled with member contributions.
Just an aside here but as of Jan 2005 the new Freedom of Information Act kicks in to force. This then gives you the right to ask any public body (ideally one with certification) for copies off there ISMS Documentation, Policies and Proecures, Registration Project Docuementation etc etc....
Joined: May 13, 2004 Posts: 2 Location: UK - Leicester
Posted: Wed May 26, 2004 3:17 am Post subject: Guest input
Now what a way to 'plagarise' somebody elses work... wonderful I think this could cause some consternation if we all wrote to 'XYZ' Council at the same time and asked for their ISMS Policy / procedures or other public documents..
Hey GUEST - why not register and join the fun.
Thanks for the update and information
Joined: Jul 29, 2004 Posts: 6 Location: Bangalore - India
Posted: Thu Jul 29, 2004 8:49 pm Post subject:
I have developed a list of generic information assets that we use within our organization - they are non IT related.
Let me know if this is what you are looking for - they constitute more generic physical assets - also including information assets like personal information based on training and such.
If you're happy to place them in the public domain, why not contact the site admin of this portal (Sara) and have them posted on this portal? I'm sure they'd be more than happy, as a list like that could help many people.
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