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 Åsa Kyrk Gere, Chair ISO/TC292 Security and resilience

Mrs Åsa Kyrk Gere, Chair

Welcome to ISO/TC 292 Online!

The mission for ISO/TC 292 Security and resilience is to produce high quality standards to support nations, societies, industry, organisations and people in general. The purpose of these standards is to enhance and sustain the state of being free from danger or threat and to feel safe, stable, and free from fear or anxiety.

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


ISO publishes new standard on establishing product security against counterfeits, espionage, cyber attacks

2020-11-04 kl. 13:01
The new ISO 22984 provide guidelines for organisations facing physical and cyber threats or other product related threats. The goal is to develop more resilient products, related services and to protect consumers. The standard guides organisations taking the right steps to identify and apply appropriate organisational, technical, and judicial measures.

ISO 28000 circulated for ballot and comment in ISO/TC 292

2020-09-17 kl. 15:05
ISO/TC 292 started the revision of “ISO 28000:2007 Specification for security management systems for the supply chain” in September last year at the plenary meeting held in Bangkok. After circulating 2 working drafts and resolving the comments in virtual meetings the draft was now forwarded as CD for ballot and comment to the TC. The ballot started on August 19th and will end October 14th, 2020.

12 years of BCM standardization

2020-09-02 kl. 14:11
We took the opportunity to talk to Wolfgang Mahr, who has been involve in the work of ISO/TC 292 regarding Business continuity management standardization. Mr Mahr was also acting as Project leader for the ISO/IEC TS 17021-6:2014 Conformity assessment — Requirements for bodies providing audit and certification of management systems — Part 6: Competence requirements for auditing and certification of business continuity management systems.

Free availability of standards

2020-04-30 kl. 10:21
In the context of the COVID-19 crisis, there have been requests from both ISO members and regional standards organizations to consider making a number of ISO Standards and their national adoptions freely accessible in order to support global efforts to deal with the effects on businesses and organizations.

ISO publishes its first document in the area of urban resilience

2020-04-24 kl. 13:43
ISO/TR 22370:2020, Security and resilience — Urban resilience — Framework and principles has recently been published. Urban areas are projected to provide the living and work environment for two-thirds of the global population of close to 10 billion by 2050. Urban disasters have an increasingly costly local, regional, national and global socio-economic impact. For example, dramatic disaster events alone of the past decade have claimed over a million lives, affected more than 2.5 billion people and caused over $1 trillion in economic losses. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is more challenging in built-up urban areas owing to their density. In particular, informal settlements are ill prepared to implement the largely adopted global measures to curb the spread – handwashing, confinement and social distancing.