Use TrustCloud to accelerate ISO 27001 readiness

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Use TrustCloud to accelerate ISO 27001 readiness using its built-in controls, policies, evidence collection automation workflows, templates, and other features such as a risk register and employee attestation workflows to help any organization get ready for a successful ISO 27001 audit process.

Using the TrustOps application in TrustCloud, an organization can quickly get all the ISO 27001 controls that they need from the TrustCloud Common Controls Framework (TCCCF) catalogue, which is built to streamline compliance by meeting a control requirement once and complying with many other compliance standards or regulations.  Every policy in TrustCloud is automatically mapped to controls, and every control has tests associated with them to gather evidence that proves control adherence.

Controls from the TCCCF include 200+ controls and are currently aligned with SOC 2, HIPAA, ISO 27001, ISO 9001, GDPR, CCPA, ISO 27701, CMMC L1 and L2, NIST Cybersecurity, NIST 800-171, NIST 800-53.

Each control comes with an evidence description to help provide guidance on the ways to prove that the control is working, and 80% of the TJCCF controls are automated! The automation helps streamline the collection exercise and helps any organization get ready faster!

Automation in TrustCloud helps automate 75% to 85% of your ISO 27001 evidence collection needs. Therefore, you can get ready for an ISO 27001 audit in weeks instead of months or years.

In addition to control automation, policies, and evidence collection, TrustCloud helps you automate other compliance requirements such as managing a risk register, and having employees attest to your organization’s security and corporate policies.

Your TrustCloud team is composed of compliance experts who are readily available to address any questions or help you prepare for your audit.

Interested in knowing more about how TrustCloud can help accelerate your ISO 27001 readiness? Schedule a demo here.

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