ISO/IEC 33001

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ISO/IEC 33001 Information technology -- Process assessment -- Concepts and terminology is a set of technical standards documents for the computer software development process and related business management functions.

ISO/IEC 33001:2015 is a revision of ISO/IEC 15504. The ISO/IEC 330xx family of standards is intended to supersede the ISO/IEC 155xx family[1].

Further reading[edit]

  • ISO/IEC 33001:2015 Information technology -- Process assessment -- Concepts and terminology
  • ISO/IEC 33002:2015 Information technology -- Process assessment -- Requirements for performing process assessment
  • ISO/IEC 33003:2015 Information technology -- Process assessment -- Requirements for process measurement frameworks
  • ISO/IEC 33004:2015 Information technology -- Process assessment -- Requirements for process reference, process assessment and maturity models
  • ISO/IEC 33014:2015 Information technology -- Process assessment -- Guide for process improvement
  • ISO/IEC 33020:2015 Information technology -- Process assessment -- Process measurement framework for assessment of process capability
  • ISO/IEC 33063:2015 Information technology -- Process assessment -- Process assessment model for software testing
  • ISO/IEC TR 29110-3-1:2015 Systems and software engineering -- Lifecycle profiles for Very Small Entities (VSEs) -- Part 3-1: Assessment guide

References[edit]

  1. ^ Souza Neto, Joao; Almeid, Rafael; Linares Pinto, Pedro; Mira da Silva, Miguel. "A COBIT 5 PAM Update Compliant With ISO/IEC 330xx Family". ISACA Journal. 2018 (1): 1–5. Retrieved 2018-02-05.