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  1. 1. ISO/IEC 2700 Outlines how an information security management (AKA security Program) should be built and maintained Before it was called Britsh Standard (BS) and had 2 parts BS7799 - Part I BS7799 - Part II Outlined how control objectives and range of controls that could be used to meet those objectives Outlined how a security program could be set up and maintained Also served as a baseline that organizations could be certified against Had several version numbers : BS7799,BS7799V1, BS7799V2,ISO17799,BS779903:2005 Follows the PDCA Cycle ISO/IEC27001 Attets the organization against compliance level Describes process for auditing (Requirements) those best practices ISO/IEC 27002 Information Security Policy Information Security Architecture Asset Management (Cla ssification and control) and so on Describes information Security best practices (Techniques) ISO/IEC 27000 - Overview and Vocabulary ISO/IEC 27003 - Guidelines for ISMS implementation ISO/IEC 27004 - Guideline for Information security management measurement and metrics framework ISO/IEC 27005 Guideline for Information security Risk Management ISO/IEC 27011 - Information security management guidelines for telecommunications organizations ISO/IEC 27031 - Guideline for information and communication technology readiness for business Continuity ISO/IEC 27033-1 - Guideline for network security ISO 27799 - Guideline for information security management in health organizations