In June 2014 the Technical management Board of ISO (TMB) took the decision to create a new ISO Technical committee called ISO/TC 292 where three committees were merged into one. The official starting date for the work of TC 292 was 2015-01-01, when the three committees ISO/TC 223 Societal security, ISO/TC 247 Fraud countermeasures and controls and ISO/PC 284 Management system for quality of private security company (PSC) operations were disbanded and their work incorporated into ISO/TC 292. The committee was also assigned the responsability for the area of supply chain security, including the ISO 28000 series previously developed by ISO/TC 8.
The creation of ISO/TC 292 clarifies ISO’s structural organization on security matters, and prepares ISO to tackle future topics in this field by creating a de-facto coordination body within the TC central structure. This structure is optimized to limit and prevent conflict or duplication of work. It will assist public administrations/authorities with a general interest and protective mission to optimize their participation in ISO's work in this sector. Non-Profit organizations with limited resources will also benefit from this simplified structure.
Activities of the merged committees before 2015 are described in the following links.
ISO/TC 223 Societal security (2001-2014)
ISO/TC 247 Fraud countermeasures and controls (2009-2014)
ISO/PC 284 Management system for quality of PSC operations (2013-2014)
10 December, ZoomCommunication Group meeting
9-12 December in Lausanne, Switzerland Working Group 4 meeting
20-24 January in Bogota, Colombia Working Group 9 meeting
21-26 June, 2020, in Berlin, Germany8th ISO/TC 292 plenary meeting
Authenticity, integrity and trust for products and documentsBusiness continuity management Capability assessment Counterfeiting Emergency management Exercises Incident management Information exchange Mass evacuation Organizational resilience Private public partnerships Private security services Public warning Supply chain securityTerminology Video surveillanceVolunteers
This website has been developed by Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency in collaboration with ISO and Swedish Institute for Standards responsible for the ISO/TC 292 secretariat An overview of ISO/TC 292 can also be found at the ISO webpage.