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Hierarchical Multilevel Information security gap analysis models based on ISO 27001: 2013

A. A. Nasser Al-Shameri1

1 Dept. of information system, College of science , Sa`adah University, Sa`adah, Yemen.

Correspondence should be addressed to: adelru2009@mail.ru.


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Vol.3 , Issue.11 , pp.14-23, Dec-2017


CrossRef-DOI:   https://doi.org/10.26438/ijsrms/v3i11.1423


Online published on Dec 31, 2017


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IEEE Style Citation: A. A. Nasser Al-Shameri, “Hierarchical Multilevel Information security gap analysis models based on ISO 27001: 2013”, International Journal of Scientific Research in Multidisciplinary Studies , Vol.3, Issue.11, pp.14-23, 2017.

MLA Style Citation: A. A. Nasser Al-Shameri "Hierarchical Multilevel Information security gap analysis models based on ISO 27001: 2013." International Journal of Scientific Research in Multidisciplinary Studies 3.11 (2017): 14-23.

APA Style Citation: A. A. Nasser Al-Shameri, (2017). Hierarchical Multilevel Information security gap analysis models based on ISO 27001: 2013. International Journal of Scientific Research in Multidisciplinary Studies , 3(11), 14-23.

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Abstract :
This research was conducted to introduce the hierarchical multilevel models, based on categorization of security controls in ISO 27001:2013 standard. And to find out the level of information security in the Yemeni Academy for graduate studies (YAGS) regarding the compliance of implementation of this standard. The results showed maturity level of information security in the YAGS is at level 2 for all MTO, Responsibility categories in all security aspects. The value of the gap between the value of the maturity level of the current and expected level of maturity value is a 2.88 for MTO domains and 2.84 for responsibility groups. This mains that many control weaknesses exist, related security policies and procedures should be developed and security management system and culture should be implemented. The detailed results of benchmarking based on the ISO27001 standard, the method used to measure the maturity level for each security control domain, and the improvement recommendations are presented.

Key-Words / Index Term :
Gap analysis; MTO , Multilevel model, Compliance; ISO 27001; Maturity level

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