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Daily Dashboard | ISO publishes first International Standards for privacy information management Related reading: Martin Abrams: A look back at a career in information privacy and consumer policy



The International Organization for Standardization has published the first International Standards for privacy information management. ISO/IEC 27701 specifies requirements “for establishing, implementing, maintaining and continually improving a privacy-specific information security management system,” ISO said in the announcement. “In other words, a management system for protecting personal data (PIMS).” CNIL Head of the Technology Experts Department Matthieu Grall and Microsoft Corporate Vice President and Deputy General Counsel of Privacy and Regulatory Affairs Julie Brill were among those who participated in the development of the standards. “We applaud the ISO/IEC technical committee for developing this groundbreaking standard for privacy so that organizations of all sizes, jurisdictions, and industries can effectively protect and control the personal data they handle,” Brill said.
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  • comment Takaya Terakawa • Aug 8, 2019
    When you read the ISO/IEC 27701, I strongly recommend you to prepare the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 and the ISO/IEC 27002:2013 beside you. This standard is literally based on those ISMS standards. (The nomenclature tells you that.) 
    Having this standard is a good news for those who have certified with the ISMS. It is much easier to update their ISMS to PIMS. Actually, what I felt after reading this document was this is a data mapping explained from the information security perspective.