Åsa Kyrk Gere, Chair ISO/TC292 Security and resilience

Mrs Åsa Kyrk Gere, Chair

Welcome to ISO/TC 292 Online!

The mission for ISO/TC 292 Security and resilience is to produce high quality standards to support nations, societies, industry, organisations and people in general. The purpose of these standards is to enhance and sustain the state of being free from danger or threat and to feel safe, stable, and free from fear or anxiety.

Here you can find everything you need to know about our committee and the work that we are doing. We hope that you find our developed ISO standards useful and I would also like to invite you to contribute to the ongoing work as well as becoming a member of the committee.

Headlines

4th plenary meeting held in Jeju

2017-06-02 kl. 12:50
On April 28, the 4th plenary meeting was concluded after 6 days of intense and fruitful discussions. More than 100 delegates participated in the meeting representing 21 countries. The meeting was held at the Hidden Cliff hotel on the beautiful island of Jeju, Korea and hosted by the Korean national standardization body: KATS.

New ISO numbers

2017-05-23 kl. 16:32
Three projects have recieved new ISO numbers following a consistent numbering system in ISO/TC 292. All these projects were launched in a previous committee which used random numbers for their publications.

ISO 22316 - New guidance standard on organizational resilience

2017-05-18 kl. 10:55
The International Organization for Standardization has published a new standard that provides guidance to enhance organizational resilience for any size or type of organization. This international standard - ISO 22316:2017 – Security and resilience - Organizational resilience - Principles and attributes - establishes the principles for organizational resilience and identifies the attributes and activities that support an organization in enhancing its resilience.

Interview with the Chair about the upcoming plenary in Korea

2017-04-19 kl. 09:02
In a couple of week’s time ISO/TC 292 will have its 4th plenary meeting together with all its working groups. We took the opportunity to talk to the Chair Åsa Kyrk Gere about the status of the work.

ISO 22319 - new standard that provides guidelines for planning the involvement of volunteers

2017-04-12 kl. 10:00
When disasters strike, citizens will try to help in any way they can. Spontaneous volunteers (SVs) are people who offer their help following an emergency. While they can provide many benefits, they can also pose challenges for organizations managing the emergency. ISO has published a new Standard which provides guidelines for planning the involvement of spontaneous volunteers (SVs) in incident response and recovery.