CIS 27001:2022 ISMS Transition
Qualifications to implement or audit ISO 27001:2013 need to be updated so that practitioners can continue working in the ISO 27001:2022 environment. IBITGQ offers a Transition qualification that enables individuals to acquire an ISO 27001:2022 certificate without having to repeat an exam they have largely already passed.
Even more helpfully, people who hold more than one ISO 27001:2013 qualification can update them all at the same time by passing only one exam! For example, if you currently hold CIS LA and CIS LI, you may update both CIS LA (ISO 27001:2022) and CIS LI (ISO 27001:2022) qualifications. Please note: the standard exam fee covers an upgrade to only one certificate. You may, before sitting the exam, choose to upgrade more than one certificate, in which case there is an additional per-certificate fee to pay.
IBITGQ also offers this exam and qualification update to people who have acquired 2013 certificates from other awarding bodies, provided that copies of those certificates are provided to IBITGQ before sitting the exam.
The 20-question transition exam focuses on the following elements:
- The transition process from ISO 27001:2013 to ISO 27001:2022.
- Update to the ISO 27001:2022 clauses.
- The revised approach and structure of ISO 27002:2022.
- The changes in Annex A of ISO 27001:2022 and how they are applied.
- The ISO 27005:2022 standard and how it works with ISO 27001.
Although there are only 20 questions, it is a challenging exam and candidates will need practical and detailed knowledge of the changes since ISO 27001:2013.
In line with IBITGQ’s 17024:2012 accreditation and internal auditing processes, copies of each valid and in-date ISO 27001:2013 certificate that an individual wishes to upgrade must be submitted by email to IBITGQ before the exam.
Once the evidence has been submitted and the exam passed, you will be issued with the ISO 27001:2022 certificates.
Please note: certificates for ISO 27001:2013 Foundation will not be upgraded.