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International Standards Development

ASIS International participates in two International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Technical Committees (TC) namely, ISO/TC 262, Risk management and ISO/TC 292, Security and resilience. As the global security association, ASIS seeks the views of its members to help drive international standards development.

ISO/TC 262: Risk Management

Scope: Standardization in the field of risk management
(Technical committee responsible for ISO 31000)

Active Working Groups:
  • WG 5: Management of legal risk
  • WG 6: Guidance handbook
For additional information please refer to:

If you are interested in participating in international standards activities, please contact standards@asisonline.org.

Documents for review:

ISO/CD 31022: Risk Management – Guidelines for the management of legal risk

This document provides additional guidelines on managing legal risk faced by organizations as a companion standard to ISO 31000. The application of these guidelines can be customized to any organization and its context. Legal risk is partially identical with compliance risk. This document provides a common approach to managing legal risk and is not industry or sector specific. It can be used throughout the life of the organization and can be applied to any activity in the context of legal risk, including decision making at all levels.

If you are an ASIS member and interested in providing feedback, please contact standards@asisonline.org at your earliest convenience. Comments are due by Friday, 4 May 2018.

ISO/TC 292: Security and resilience

Scope: Standardization in the field of security to enhance the safety and resilience of society.

Active Working Groups:
Other Groups:
For additional information please refer to:
Upcoming documents for review:

ISO 28000 Series: Security Management Systems for the Supply Chain

ISO/TC 292 is undertaking the systematic review process/revision of the 28000 series. This effort will take place in the upcoming months.  

For additional information please contact standards@asisonline.org.

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