Kiwa officially accredited for ISO 27001:2022
The Accreditation Council (RvA) has accredited Kiwa as of the 1st of February 2023 for assessment according to the ISO 27001:2022 standard for information security. This means that as of the 1st of March 2023 Kiwa may issue recognized certificates according to the latest version of ISO 27001. A transition period of three years applies to ISO 27001:2022. Certified organizations must therefore have transitioned by the 1st of November 2025.
Now that the RvA accredited Kiwa for ISO 27001:2022, certification against the new standard can be carried out from the 1st of March 2023. The transition period for ISO 27001:2022 ends on the 1st of November 2025, so all ISO 27001-certified organizations must have made the transition to the 2022 version before then. The image below lists the various deadlines and the transition period.
Download the timeline ISO 27001:2022 (version 24 Feb 2023).
Read our previous articles on the new ISO 27001:
- 9 Dec 2022: Transition to new version ISO 27001:2022
- 27 Okt 2022: ISO 27001 standard for information security revised
- 2 Aug 2022: The most important changes to the revised ISO 27001 and ISO 27002
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