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TitleISO_IEC_27035-1_2016
TagsInformation Security Computer Security Online Safety & Privacy Vulnerability (Computing) Incident Management
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Table of Contents
                            Foreword
Introduction
1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 Terms and definitions
4 Overview
4.1 Basic concepts and principles
4.2 Objectives of incident management
4.3 Benefits of a structured approach
4.4 Adaptability
5 Phases
5.1 Overview
5.2 Plan and Prepare
5.3 Detection and Reporting
5.4 Assessment and Decision
5.5 Responses
5.6 Lessons Learnt
Annex A (informative)  Relationship to investigative standards
Annex B (informative)  Examples of information security incidents and their causes
Annex C (informative)  Cross reference table of ISO/IEC 27001 to ISO/IEC 27035
Bibliography
                        
Document Text Contents
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Information technology — Security
techniques — Information security
incident management —
Part 1:
Principles of incident management
Technologies de l’information — Techniques de sécurité — Gestion
des incidents de sécurité de l’information —
Partie 1: Principes de la gestion des incidents

INTERNATIONAL
STANDARD

ISO/IEC
27035-1

Reference number
ISO/IEC 27035-1:2016(E)

First edition
2016-11-01

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— Assessment and Decision (see 5.4);

— Responses (see 5.5);

— Lessons Learnt (see 5.6).

A high-level view of these phases is shown in Figure 3.

Some activities can occur in multiple phases or throughout the incident handling process. Such activities
include the following:

— documentation of event and incident evidence and key information, response actions taken, and
follow-up actions done as part of the incident handling process;

— coordination and communication between the involved parties;

— notification of significant incidents to management and other stakeholders;

— information sharing between stakeholders and internal and external collaborators such as vendors
and other IRTs.

Figure 3 — Information security incident management phases



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As noted in the Introduction, ISO/IEC 27035 is in two parts.

— ISO/IEC 27035-1 covers all five phases.

— ISO/IEC 27035-2 covers

— Plan and Prepare, and

— Lessons Learnt

Figure 4 shows the flow of information security events and incidents through information security
incident management phases and related activities.

Figure 4 — Information security event and incident flow diagram



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Bibliography

[1] ISO/IEC 20000 (all parts), Information technology — Service management

[2] ISO/IEC 27001, Information technology — Security techniques — Information security management
systems — Requirements

[3] ISO/IEC 27002, Information technology — Security techniques — Code of practice for information
security controls

[4] ISO/IEC 27003, Information technology — Security techniques — Information security management
system implementation guidance

[5] ISO/IEC 27004, Information technology — Security techniques — Information security management
— Measurement

[6] ISO/IEC 27005, Information technology — Security techniques — Information security risk
management

[7] ISO/IEC 27010, Information technology — Security techniques — Information security management
for inter-sector and inter-organizational communications

[8] ISO/IEC 27031, Information technology — Security techniques — Guidelines for information and
communication technology readiness for business continuity

[9] ISO/IEC 27033-1, Information technology — Security techniques — Network security — Part 1:
Overview and concepts

[10] ISO/IEC 27033-2, Information technology — Security techniques — Network security — Part 2:
Guidelines for the design and implementation of network security

[11] ISO/IEC TS 27033-3, Information technology — Security techniques — Network security — Part 3:
Reference networking scenarios — Threats, design techniques and control issues

[12] ISO/IEC 27037, Information technology — Security techniques — Guidelines for identification,
collection, acquisition and preservation of digital evidence

[13] ISO/IEC 27039, Information technology — Security techniques — Selection, deployment and
operations of intrusion detection systems (IDPS)

[14] ISO/IEC 27041, Information technology — Security techniques — Guidance on assuring suitability
and adequacy of incident investigative method

[15] ISO/IEC 27042, Information technology — Security techniques — Guidelines for the analysis and
interpretation of digital evidence

[16] ISO/IEC 27043, Information technology — Security techniques — Incident investigation principles
and processes

[17] ISO/IEC 29147, Information technology — Security techniques — Vulnerability disclosure

[18] ISO/IEC 30111, Information technology — Security techniques — Vulnerability handling processes



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