ISO 22300:2021 Security and resilience - Vocabulary
This International Standard defines terms used in security and resilience standards and includes 344 terms and definitions. This third edition was published in the beginning of 2021 and replaces the previous edition from 2018.
The third edition of ISO 22300 has been expanded to cover new definitions from ISO/TC 292 publications made since the last publication 3 years ago. In this edition, the terms have also been categorized. ISO 22300:2021 contains 344 generic terms and subject-specific terms related to documents produced by ISO/TC 292. It covers the ISO 22300 family of standards as well as some documents in the ISO 28000 family of standards in the field of
- Authenticity, integrity and trust for products and documents
- Business continuity management (BCM)
- Community resilience
- Crisis management
- Emergency management
- Event management
- Organizational resilience
- Protective security
- Supply chain security
Norma McCormick (Canada), the Convenor of WG 1, explains:
"ISO/TC 292 has taken are resolution stating that all standards developed by the committee shall include a normative reference to ISO 22300. This ensures that we use a consistent language in our committee as well as in all our documents.
We have also established a process for maintaining ISO 22300 on an on-going basis. By posting all terms and definitions to ISO’s the Online Browsing Platform (OBP) and providing a link to the OBP within each TC 292 standard, the users of each standard are assured that definitions are always current and correct."
A summery of all terms in ISO 22300 can be found here.
Working Group 1 aims to encourage a mutual and consistent understanding and use of uniform terms and definitions in processes and frameworks in the field of security and resilience. Therefore, ISO 22300 is intended to be the reference-standard for terms and definitions used and created within the standards of ISO/TC 292.
ISO 22300:2021, Security and resilience – Vocabulary, is freely available here (through the ISO Online Browsing Plattform) but can also be obtain from ISO national member institutes and the ISO Store .