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Glossary definition: ISO/IEC Standard

ISO/IEC Standard: Definition & Benefits

ISO/IEC Standard is an international standard created by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). These standards provide a set of specifications, guidelines, and best practices for a wide range of products, services, and processes. ISO/IEC standards are designed to ensure that products and services are safe, reliable, and of high quality, and that they are compatible with each other. They also help to ensure that products and services are consistent and of a high quality, regardless of where they are produced or used. ISO/IEC standards are also used to ensure that organizations comply with national and international laws, regulations, and guidelines.