ISO 27000 Series Certification

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The ISO 27000 series provides a set of standards allowing any organization to develop a holistic information security program.

Tevora consultants provide the expertise and support needed in developing information security programs that align to the ISO 27001:2013 and ISO 27018:2014 standards. Utilizing innovative and proven methodologies, Tevora’s ISO Lead Auditors provide organizations large and small with the knowledge and assistance necessary to achieve ISO 27000 certifications.

We help organizations define their control applicability, understand their roadmap to certification, comprehend their scope definition and any necessary control implementations. These steps lead to reduced redundancies and ultimately achievement of your strategic objectives.

ISO 27001

ISO 27001 is a globally recognized certification that sets organizations apart from their competitors. The Information Security Management System (ISMS) is a balance of strategic and tactical objectives to support a series of measurable and manageable controls that creates a holistic security program.

ISO 27018 is a globally recognized standard that is designed to ensure the security and privacy of personally identifiable information (PII) within cloud application or services.

ISO 27018 provides a set of controls which expand on ISO 27001 controls and is designed to supplement an ISO 27001 Information Security Management System (ISMS).

Tevora helps organizations integrate ISO 27018 requirements into a new or existing ISO 27001 ISMS through identification of control applicability, expansion of policy statements and assisting with implementation of the expanded control set.


Tevora’s knowledgeable Lead Auditors assist organizations in achieving their ISO Certification through a proven three-step preparation process:

1. Gap Analysis

A tactical Gap analysis will outline strategies for a cost effective road to certification.

2. Policy Alignment

Our team of ISO Lead Auditors will assist with developing and aligning security policies and procedures to meet ISO Standard requirements including developing the statement of applicability.

3. Internal Audit and Risk Assessment

An ISO Lead Auditor will conduct an internal audit to assure the implementation of the ISMS and validate the control implementation through an ISMS risk assessment.