ISO/IEC 27033

ISO/IEC 27033 is a multi-part standard derived from the existing five-part ISO / IEC 18028. The network security standard has been fundamentally revised.

ISO/IEC 27033-1: 2015 provides an overview of network security and related definitions. Defines and describes the concepts associated with network security and provides management guidance. (Network security refers to the security of the equipment, the security of administrative activities related to the equipment, applications/services, and end-users, as well as the security of the information transmitted through the communication links).

It is relevant to anyone who owns, operates or uses a network. This includes officers and other managers or non-technical users, as well as managers and administrators who have specific responsibilities for information security and / or network security and operation, or who are responsible for the entire security program and policy development. of security of an organization. It is also relevant for anyone involved in the planning, design, and implementation of the architectural aspects of network security.

ISO/IEC 27033-1: 2015 also includes the following:

  • It provides guidance to identify and analyze network security risks and define network security needs based on this analysis.
  • provides an overview of the controls that support network security architectures and related technical controls, as well as non-technical controls and technical controls that are not only for networks.
  • highlights how a high-quality network security architecture can be achieved, as well as the risk, design and control problems associated with typical network scenarios and "network technology areas" (which are covered in detail in the following parts of ISO / IEC 27033) and a problem related to the implementation and operation of network security controls, as well as the continuous monitoring and verification of their implementation, is briefly passed on to the following

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