With 172 requirements and 114 controls to sift through, there’s no doubt that creating and managing ISO 27001-compliant documentation will be a gruelling part of implementing the Standard. Organisations can end up managing hundreds of documents at any one time and even the most experienced implementers can find their work plagued with errors and inconsistencies.
It’s labour intensive: you’ll need to research, create, develop, approve and deploy each policy and procedure. This means it could take 12 months or longer to create your ISMS from scratch if you take the project on yourself.
Our infographic (below) shows the pitfalls involved in creating ISO 27001 documentation and how you can tackle it head-on while saving time and money.
Using pre-written templates is a viable solution
Using pre-written templates can significantly reduce errors, save you time and money, and act as guidance for achieving ISO 27001 certification.
The ISO 27001 ISMS Documentation Toolkit is proven to save you up to six months by providing you with all the mandatory and supporting documentation. The toolkit has been developed by ISO 27001 experts, fully complies with ISO 27001:2013 and comes with 12 months’ support.
Not only is it more cost-effective than consultancy fees, but there is help and support on hand throughout your project should you need it.
Find out more about the ISO 27001 ISMS Documentation Toolkit and see how you can tackle ISO 27001 documentation head-on using pre-written, fully-compliant documentation.