3rd plenary meeting in Edinburgh, UK (September 4-9, 2016)
The 3rd plenary meeting was held at the City Chambers in Edinburgh, UK together with all its working groups. Around 150 delegates representing 24 countries participated in the meeting.
Summary of important decisions
- ISO/TC 292 agrees to extend the mandate and requests the Ad Hoc Group on TC 292 Road map to report at the next plenary meeting.
- ISO/TC 292 requests the secretariat to establish an Ad Hoc Group to study the implications of changing to a subcommittee and/or maintaining a working group structure.
- ISO/TC 292 extends the mandate and requests the Ad Hoc Group on Security Management Systems to report the results of the study and a proposed way forward at the next plenary meeting.
- ISO/TC 292 extends the mandate and requests the Ad Hoc Group on Overarching resilience to report the results of the study at the next plenary meeting
- ISO/TC 292 agrees to the following working definition for "resilience" - ability to absorb and adapt in a changing environment
- ISO/TC 292 agrees to establish an Ad Hoc Group for study in the field of digital surveillance in order to investigate, in more depth, the possibility for a standardized approach for interoperability in this area, and report back at the next plenary meeting.
- ISO/TC 292 agrees that in accordance with the revised ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2:
1) a statement be included in the Introduction to all ISO TC 292 standards that the terms and definitions set out in ISO 22300 Security and resilience – Terminology are the preferred terms to be used in all ISO/TC 292 standards, and
2) a statement be included in Clause 3 that the ISO 22300 terms and definitions applicable to this standard are available on the ISO online browsing platform https://www.iso.org/obp/292.
ISO/TC 292 decides on the following project movements:
- ISO 19564 Security and resilience – Product fraud countermeasures and control – General principles for CD ballot.
- ISO 20229 Security and resilience – Guidelines for establishing interoperability among object identification systems to deter counterfeiting and illicit trade for CD ballot.
- ISO 22300 Security and resilience – Terminology for DIS ballot.
- ISO 22311 Security and resilience – Video-surveillance – Export interoperability is cancelled due to need of project to be redefined and validated in order to gather further input and expertise.
- ISO 22316 Security and resilience – Guidelines for organizational resilience for FDIS ballot following a six week internal Working Group 2 review.
- ISO 22319 Security and resilience – Guidelines for planning the involvement of spontaneous volunteers for a 30-day Committee Internal Ballot to be published.
- ISO 22320 Security and resilience – Emergency management – Guidelines for incident response for CD ballot.
- ISO 22326 Security and resilience– Emergency management – Guidelines for monitoring facilities with identified hazards for CD ballot.
- ISO 22327 Security and resilience – Emergency management – Community-based landslide early warning system for CD ballot.
- ISO 22395 Security and resilience – Community resilience – Guidelines for supporting community response to vulnerable people for CD ballot.
- ISO 28003 Security management systems for the supply chain - Requirements for bodies providing audit and certification of supply chain security management systems is confirmed and the secretariat will supervise the launching of the revision at the same time of the entire ISO 28000 series and consider revision of 28007-1,-2,-3,-4,-5 in consultation with ISO/TC 8.
ISO/TC 292 agrees to establish liaison with the following committees:
- JTC 1/SC 29 Coding of audio, picture, multimedia and hypermedia information
- JTC 1/SC 37 Biometrics
- ITU-T Study Group 17 Security
- ISO/TC 251 Asset Management
- ISO/TC 261 Additive manufacturing.
ISO/TC 292 agrees to appoint Graeme Jannaway, Canada, as the ISO/TC 292 liaison officer to DRI.