A management standard that is focused on the creation of an information security management system (ISMS). Organizations can be accredited against it. Designed to align with ISO20000 (Service Management). Controls are detailed in Annex and in detail in ISO27002.
RESILIA has a greater focus on resilience and the recovery of operations in the
inevitable event of a breach. It has been designed to align with ITIL (Service Management).
114 controls in 14 areas
RESILIA focuses on processes rather than controls, therefore providing the ‘how to’ rather than the ‘what to’.
Scope is only focused on five technical controls –
RESILIA is globally applicable, whereas the Cyber Essentials Scheme is aimed at UK only. RESILIA provides processes for resilience including personnel and procedural controls and is therefore more holistic and far more comprehensive. It also offers individuals to gain Foundation and Practitioner certifications.
98 control areas in five areas covering –
RESILIA has more of a focus on the resilience aspects of Cyber. It includes practical guidance within the Best Practice, as opposed to simply sign-posting to other standards. It also offers individuals to gain Foundation and Practitioner certifications.