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replacement for BS7799-2, the ISMS standard.
The final version of ISO 27001 is expected to be available before the
end of 2005.
ISO 27001 has been published to 'harmonize' BS7799 with other
management standards, such as ISO 9000 and ISO 14000. It also builds
upon the PDCA (Plan-Do-Check-Act) approach, and directly aligns with
the recently published ISO 17799:2005.
BSI have made this draft available online and have committed to provide
the final published version at no extra cost:
For more information on these development see the ISO 17799 and ISO
27001 Newsletter archive site at:
<a href="http://17799-news.the-hamster.com ">ISO 17799 and ISO 27001