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 – Vocabulary [3rd edition] 
ISO 22398 Security and resilience – Guidelines for exercises [2nd edition]

Business continuity management

ISO 22301 Security and resilience – Business continuity management systems – Requirements [2nd edition]
ISO 22313 Security and resilience – Business continuity management systems – Guidance [2nd edition]
ISO/TS 22317 Security and resilience – Business continuity management systems – Guidelines for business impact analysis [2nd edition]
ISO/TS 22318 Security and resilience – Business continuity management systems – Guidelines for supply chain continuity [2nd edition]
ISO/TS 22332 Security and resilience – Business continuity management systems – Guidelines for developing business continuity procedures [WD]

Emergency management

ISO 22328 Security and resilience – Emergency management – Guidelines for implementation of a community-based natural disasters early warning system [DIS]
ISO 22329 Security and resilience – Emergency management – Guidelines for the use of social media in emergencies [WD]

Protective security

ISO 22340 Security and resilience – Protective security – Guidelines for security architecture, framework and controls [WD]
ISO 22341 Security and resilience – Protective security – Guidelines for crime prevention through environmental design [CD]
ISO 22342 Security and resilience – Protective security – Guidelines for the development of a security plan for an organization [WD]

Authenticity, integrity and trust for products and documents 

ISO 22383 Security and resilience – Authenticity, integrity and trust for products and documents – Guidelines and performance criteria for authentication solutions for material goods [CD - Revision of ISO 12931]
ISO 22384 Security and resilience – Authenticity, integrity and trust for products and documents - Guidelines to establish and monitor a protection plan and its implementation [CD]

Community resilience

ISO 22370 Security and resilience – Community resilience – Framework and principles for urban resilience [DTR]
ISO 22392 Security and resilience – Community resilience – Guidelines for conducting peer reviews [DIS]
ISO 22396 Security and resilience – Community resilience – Guidelines for information sharing between organisations [DIS]

Supply chain security management

ISO 28000 Security and resilience – Security management system for the suppy chain - Requirements [2nd edition]

Crisis management

ISO 22361 Security and resilience – Crisis management - Guidelines for developing a strategic capability

Urban resilience

ISO 22371 Security and resilience – Urban resilience - Strategy and implementation

Event management

ISO 22379 Security and resilience – Guidelines for hosting and organizing large citywide events

Organizational resilience

New projects under discussion

Emerging risk (Joint work with ISO/TC 262)

ISO 31050 Risk management – Guidance for managing emerging risks to enhance resilience [WD]

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. The following are under NP ballot or have been adopted as preliminary work items:

  • ISO 223nn Security and resilience – Business Resilience Management
  • ISO 223nn Security and resilience – Community resilience – Resource management 
  • ISO 223nn Security and resilience – Emergency management – Framework
  • ISO 223nn Security and resilience – Public private partnerships based on local resilience enhancement to contribute to sustainable developement
  • ISO 223nn Security and resilience – Vehicle security barriers – Performance requirement, vehicle impact test method and performance rating

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/DTS/DTR DIS FDIS Pub
ISO 22300 - Rev Ok        2020
ISO 22301 - Rev Ok Ok Yes Ballot  2019
ISO 22313 - Rev Ok    Yes    2020
ISO 22317 (TS) - Rev         2020
ISO 22318 (TS) - Rev         2020 
ISO 22328 - Yes Ok - Ballot   2020
ISO 22329 - Yes Ok        2020
ISO 22332 (TS) - Yes Ok    2020
ISO 22340 - Yes Ok        2020
ISO 22241 - Yes Ok Ballot     2020
ISO 22342 - Yes Ok        2020
ISO 22361 - Yes         2021
ISO 22370 (TR) Yes Yes Ok  Yes 2019
ISO 22371 - Yes Ok        2022 
ISO 22379 - Yes         2021 
ISO 22383 - Rev Ok Yes      2020
ISO 22384 - Yes Ok  Yes     2020
ISO 22392 - Yes Ok  Yes  Yes   2020
ISO 22396 - Yes Ok  Yes  Yes   2019
ISO 22398 - Rev         2021
ISO 28000 Yes Rev         2021
ISO 31050   Yes  Ok        2021 

 

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

DTS – Draft Technical Specification
Last balloting stage för this type of deliverable (equilivant to CD ballot).

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)