Projects

ISO/TC 292 is constantly working on various projects within the area of security and resilience.

These projects are in various stages in the ISO standardization process where some has just begun while others are near completion. We are always encouraging interested experts to join our work and help us to develop the best possible standards. At the moment the following projects are under development.

General

ISO 22300 Security and resilience - Terminology [Revision]

Business continuity management

ISO/TS 22330 Security and resilience - Business continuity management systems - Guidelines for people aspects on business continuity

ISO/TS 22331 Security and resilience - Business continuity management systems - Guidelines for business continuity strategy

Emergency management

ISO 22320 Security and resilience - Emergency management - Guidelines for incident response [Revision]

ISO 22326 Security and resilience - Emergency management - Guidelines for monitoring of facilities with identified hazards

ISO 22327 Security and resilience - Emergency management - Guidelines for implementation of a community-based landslide early warning system

Supply chain security management

The ISO 28000 series has been identified as in need of revision since it the new Annex SL of the ISO directives which specifies a harmonized format for all ISO Management System Standards.   

Protective security

ISO 22375 Security and resilience - Guidelines for business complexity analysis

Authenticity, integrity and trust for products and documents

ISO 19564 Security and resilience - Authenticity, integrity and trust for products and documents - General principles for product fraud risk

ISO 19998 Security and resilience - Authenticity, integrity and trust for products and documents - Guidelines for the content, security and issuance of excise tax stamps

ISO 20229 Security and resilience - Authenticity, integrity and trust for products and documents - Guidelines for interoperability of product identification and authentication systems

Community resilience

ISO 22395 Security and resilience - Community resilience - Guidelines for supporting community response to vulnerable people

ISO 22396 Security and resilience - Community resilience - Guidelines for information sharing between organisations

Organizational resilience

New projects under discussion

New project proposals

The ISO process requests that all proposals are approved by ballot before the committee formally adds them to its work programme. At the moment several proposals are under ballot/discussion but has not yet been formally adopted.

Please contact the secretariat, if you wish to contribute with your thoughts on possible ISO standards. ISO/TC 292 welcomes suggestions and ideas for new work.

Time plan

 

Project PWI  NP WD CD DIS FDIS Pub
ISO 22300 - Yes Ok  Skip  Yes   2017 
ISO 22320 - Yes Ok  Yes     2018
ISO 22326 - Yes Ok Yes     2018
ISO 22327 - Yes Ok Yes     2018
ISO 22330 - Yes Ok       2018
ISO 22331 - Yes Ok        2018
ISO 22375 - Yes         2019
ISO 22395 - Yes Ok  Yes     2018
ISO 22396 - Yes Ok        2018
ISO 28000 Yes            
ISO 19564 - Yes  Ok  Yes     2017
ISO 19998  - Yes  Ok       2018
ISO 20229  - Yes  Ok  Yes     2017 
               

 

There are a various acronyms used to describe the stage of a document in the ISO standards development process. The primary stages include:

PWI – Preliminary Work Item
A committee can decide to register a "possible work item" to initiate the work on a New Work Item Proposal.

NP – New Work Item Proposal
The first formal stage of the standards development process.

WD – Work Draft
The work draft that reflects the technical content an assigned workgroup or project team develops before seeking broader comment by the sponsoring committee

CD – Committee Draft
The first “complete” version that the full technical committee votes and comments on until consensus is reached

DIS – Draft International Standard
Sent to all ISO member bodies, voting is performed and comments made; 2/3 of technical committee “primary” members must vote yes, and no more than ¼ of all ISO member bodies can vote no

FDIS – Final Draft International Standard
Sent to all ISO member bodies, voting is performed and if comments are received, they are saved for future revision; 2/3 of technical committee “primary” members must vote yes, and no more than ¼ of all ISO member bodies can vote no)