ISO 27799

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ISO 27799 is an information security standard developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). Its title is Health informatics -- Information security management in health using ISO/IEC 27002

The purpose of ISO 27799 is to provide guidance to health organizations and other holders of personal health information on how to protect such information via implementation of ISO/IEC 27002.

The content sections [1] are:

  • 1: Scope
  • 2: References
  • 3: Terminology
  • 4: Symbols
  • 5: Health information security
  • 6: Practical Action Plan for Implementing ISO 17799/27002
  • 7: Healthcare Implications if ISO 17799/27002
  • 8: Annex A: Threats
  • 9: Annex B: Tasks and documentation of the ISMS
  • 10: Annex C: Potential benefits and tool attributes
  • 11: Annex D: Related standards

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