Åsa welcome

Mrs Åsa Kyrk Gere, Chair

Welcome to ISO/TC 292 Online!

ISO/TC 292 on "Security and resilience" develops international standards in the field of security to enhance the safety and resilience of society. 

Here you can find everything you need to know about this 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.


TMB approves the strategic business plan

2016-08-26 kl. 10:28
The Technical Management Board of ISO has now formally approved ISO/TC 292's suggestion for a Strategic Business Plan for the work of the committee.

ISO 22327 - new standardization project about early warning systems for landslides

2016-08-01 kl. 13:33
ISO/TC 292 has recently approved a new project proposed by the Indonesian national standardization body BSN. A landslide often causes high material damage with corresponding costs or even personal injury and death. This new project on early warning systems will help warn populations in disaster prone areas of the risks and actions needed in the likelihood of a landslide.

Working Group 4 meeting in Seoul

2016-06-13 kl. 11:09
Working Group 4 is responsible for drafting standards on authenticity, integrity and trust for products and documents. The group met in Seoul, Republic of Korea on 9th-13th of May 2016 to continue the work on the development of the roadmap and drafting of the standards in production.

The importance of translated standards

2016-06-01 kl. 10:44
In ISO almost all meetings are conducted in English and standards and other documents needs to be translated in order to get the widest spread in the world making them fully available for everyone. At its 2nd plenary meeting, ISO/TC 292 discussed the importance of translating ISO standards into other languages. The Russian delegation has put a special focus on translations so we took the opportunity to discuss the issue with Viacheslav Krapukhin and Elena Arefieva.

Working Group 6 meeting in Paris

2016-05-27 kl. 14:17
Working Group 6 is addressing the range of and requirement for additional standards in the area of protective security – the protection of people, assets, information and capability from malicious actions. The group met in Paris on 14 and 15 May 2016 to continue work on the development of the roadmap and consider the action plan to frame the work of the group, set priorities for standards and build public engagement.