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ISO/IEC Framework: A Standard for Information Security
The ISO/IEC Framework is a set of standards and guidelines developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) to provide a consistent and reliable approach to the development, implementation, and management of information systems. It is designed to ensure that the systems developed are secure, reliable, and capable of meeting the needs of the organization. The framework is composed of a set of principles and processes that guide the development, implementation, and management of information systems. These principles and processes include security, quality assurance, system design, system development, system maintenance, system evaluation, system optimization, system integration, and system management. The framework also provides guidance on the selection and use of appropriate technologies, and the development and implementation of appropriate policies and procedures. The ISO/IEC framework is an important tool for organizations to ensure that their information systems are reliable, secure, and capable of meeting their business needs.
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