FREE DOWNLOAD OF IASME GOVERNANCE SELF-ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS

Below please find information about changes coming in July to the question set and the standard. Also on this page is a list of FAQs about the changes.

QUESTION SET AND STANDARD

For Applications before 25th July 2022:

IASME Governance Self-Assessment Questions v11d
(which includes 
Cyber Essentials version Evendine )

For Applications on or after 25th July 2022:

IASME Cyber Assured Self-Assessment Questions
Version 12 (Hartnell)

Please note, these questions are for information only. If you want to be assessed, please apply online for an assessment. Once you have paid we will send you the login details to access a secure online assessment platform. Do not send your answers to the self-assessment questions directly to us.

25th July 2022 Update FAQs

From 25th July 2022 IASME Cyber Assured (v12) will replace IASME Governance (v11d).

The updated version of the standard has been rewritten to align better with modern usage of technology and business practices, and has been renamed accordingly to help people to better understand its purpose. The standard still offers the same comprehensive coverage of information security controls and retains its mappings to other external standards such as ISO 27001. The mappings will be updated accordingly and made available on our website.

When do the changes come into effect?

The new version of IASME Governance, renamed IASME Cyber Assured, will be previewed on 25th April 2022 and released on 25th July 2022. Any assessments that begin on or after the 25th July 2022  will be certifying to the new standard. 

What happens if I start the process before 25th July 2022?

Any assessments that begin before July will be certifying to the current technical standard (IASME Governance standard v5, available on this page). These assessments will have 6 months from application date to complete.

I’m currently in the process of completing my assessment, will the questions now change?

No, if you started your assessment before 25th July 2022 then the question set and requirements will not change. You will have up to 6 months to complete that assessment.

Can I choose which question set or requirements to be assessed against?

No, if you begin your assessment before 25th July then you will be assessed against the current questions and requirements. Any assessments that begin on or after 25th July 2022 will use the new questions and requirements.

How long are the certificates valid for?

All new certificates issued by IASME will have a 12-month expiry date.

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