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ISMS Scope Checklist | ISO 27001 Clause 4.3 Audit
Professionally drawn Comprehensive and Robust ISMS Scope Checklist for ISO 27001 Clause 4.3 Audit, is prepared by a committee of Industry experts, Principal Auditors and Lead Instructors of ISO 27001, under the aegis of ISO 27001 Institute. The Checklist has 38 Compliance Questionnaires.
ISMS Scope Checklist for ISO 27001 Clause 4.3 Audit
ISMS Scope Checklist for ISO 27001 Clause 4.3 Audit contains downloadable Excel file with 4 sheets having-
- 38 Checklist questions covering the entire gamut of ISMS Scope.
- Complete Inventory of Clauses, clause numbers, and Clause titles of ISO 27001:2022
- A complete inventory of Controls, control numbers, control objectives, and Domains of ISO 27001:2022.
File format – Excel
Content Contribution – Information Security Committee of Industry Experts, Principal Instructors, and Lead Auditors of ISO 27001
Checklist Approved By– ISO Training Institute
Language – English
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These checklists are useful for-
- Organization Planning for ISO 27001 Certification.
- Compliance Audits
- Gap Assessments prior to mergers and acquisitions, ISO 27001 Certification audit, vendor selection due diligence
- Enhancing longevity of the business by helping to conduct business in the most secured manner.
- Organizations keen for robust, resilient, and value-added Information Security Management System.
- Organizations keen to protect themselves against entire ISMS framework issues from all clauses 4 to 10.2 requirements of ISO 27001.
- Organizations that want to survive client audits.
- Information Security Professionals.
- Internal auditors of Information Security Management System
- External Auditors of Information Security Management System
- Auditors of the client organizations tasked to assess the ISMS capability of their Service Providers, Vendors, and contractors.
- Students of Information Security Management System
- ISO 27001 Lead Auditor Training Participants
- ISO 27001 Lead Implementer participants
- Professionals doing Career switchover to Information security.
- Owners of Business.
- CTO, CIO, CISO, HODs, ISO 27001 SPOCs from departments, IT Teams, Central Security Team
- These ISO 27001 Checklists are prepared by an Expert Panel of IRCA Principal Auditors & Lead Instructors of Information Security Management System having aggregated panel team experience of over 300 years, under the aegis of ISO training Institute.
- The checklist is validated by the Head of the expert committee and approved by ISO Training Institute.
The Information Security checklist on Requirements of ISO 27001 Scope' audit follows the cardinals of:-
- Risk-based thinking (RBT),
- Process approach, and
- PDCA (Plan Do Check Act) methodology.
The expert panel of Information Security auditors and Instructors has conducted thousands of Information security audits and Training on ISO 27001. Besides, there is a continuous calibration of the Lead Auditors w.r.t requirements, interpretation, and audit experiences.
- Securely save the original checklist file, and use the copy of the file as your working document during preparation/conduct of the Clause 4.3 ISMS Scope' audit.
- The organization's InfoSec processes are at varying levels of ISMS maturity, therefore, use checklist quantum apportioned to the current status of threats emerging from risk exposure.
If you are auditee then it will be useful to understand ISO 27001 Certification Life Cycle, spanning gap assessment before initiating ISO 27001 Information Security journey, followed by milestones of the certification life cycle. Once Implementation of the ISO 27001 has taken place in your organization, then obtain these ISO 27001 Checklists to perform internal audit, and plug the gaps with Root cause analysis and CAPA (corrective actions and preventive actions). Our recommendation is to run the internal audits twice with closure status of the findings. You will find your confidence level has risen to unparalleled new level.
If you are an auditor, whether representing customer to perform supplier audits, or representing a certification body to perform 3rd party audit, these checklists is a must-part of your arsenal to bring tremendous value on table by conducting value added Information Security Audits. It is recommended to go through checklists patiently as many times possible (not less than 4 to 5 times) to find enormous myriad auditing patterns emerging with numerous permutations and combination for audits, audit-probes, and investigations trail. During audits keep referring to these as you proceed with your audit in a department, and moving from one department to another. Always keep it open in minimized mode on your laptop. It is pertinent to mention that your checklists as well as your laptop need to be password protected.
Titular Clauses from 4 to clause 10.2 are the springboard of requirements of Information security Management system framework which is mandatory for organizations to fullfil. These clauses give rise to hundreds upon hundreds of compliance requirements to be fullfilled by the organizations and which the auditors must audit. From the below clauses of 4 to 10.2, the "ultimate chaecklist" captures 1336 compliance requirements which need to be addressed by the auditees as well as auditors.
In order to meet the requirements of Information security Risk assessment and Risk treatment of Clauses 6.1.1, 6.1.2, and 6.1.3, a minimum list of 114 controlls are annexed to the main standard. Since these 114 controls in the annexure are minimum controls and not the maximum controls based on the risk appetite of each unique business model, that is why it is annexed to the main standard. To understand this from real life example, consider main body of any international Master Service Agreement (MSA) alias contract, as the main body from clause 4 to 10.2 of the ISO 27001 standard which is static, undynamic, fixed, permanent. The annexure to the MSA is always dynamic, variable, executable component in support of some clause(s) of the MSA, which in case of the ISO 27001, are the clause No. 6.1.1, 6.1.2, and 6.1.3. To be more precise, the annexure supports clause 6.1.3.
4: Context of the Organization
4.1 Understanding the organization and its context
4.2 Understanding the needs and expectations of interested parties
4.3 Determining the scope of the information security management system
4.4 Information Security Management System
5.1 Leadership and commitment
5.3 Organizational roles, responsibilities and authorities
Actions to address risks and opportunities
6.1.2 Information security risk assessment
6.1.3 Information security risk treatment
6.2 Information security objectives and planning to achieve them
7.5 Documented Information
7.5.2 Creating and updating
7.5.3 Control of documented information
8.1 Operational planning and control
8.2 Information security risk assessment
8.3 Information security risk treatment
9: Performance Evaluation
9.1 Monitoring, measurement, analysis and evaluation
9.2 Internal audit
9.3 Management review
10.1 Nonconformity and corrective action
10.2 Continual improvement