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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.

Headlines

New Technical Specification for developing business continuity plans and procedures (ISO TS 22332)

2021-06-06 kl. 17:17
ISO is now expanding its series on Business Continuity Management Systems with a Technical Specification.

The new draft of ISO 28000 available for public review

2021-03-23 kl. 09:37
ISO/TC 292 is progressing with the revision of “ISO 28000:2007 Specification for security management systems for the supply chain” and the draft has now reached the DIS stage and is available for commenting. The DIS ballot will go on until May 18th, 2021 and the work will then continue based on comments received.

New edition of ISO 22300 published

2021-03-08 kl. 15:13
The 3rd edition of "ISO 22300 Security and resilience — Vocabulary" has just been published.

ISO pressrelease on ISO 22341

2021-01-29 kl. 15:07
ISO central secretariat has written an article on the newly published ISO 22341:2021, Security and resilience — Protective security — Guidelines for Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design.

A new standard for Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) just published

2021-01-27 kl. 10:23
Advanced protective security professionals, architects, engineers, city planners, and public safety professionals have realized that the application of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) concepts in their professional practice brings enhanced capabilities to the safety and security of the physical environments that they support. The application of these concepts that have been developed over the past decades allow for the built environment, building designs, and physical factors to positively influence human behavior and to deter crime by those that enter the planned environment.