iso principle

iso principle (īˑ·sō prinˑ·si·pl),

n concept according to which a patient's musical mood can be matched to assist him or her in becoming aware of thoughts and recapture memories.
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Name : Review ISO Principles and Guidelines of Terminology Maintenance
Look for a company that applies the ISO principles itself since it will likely remain current to the changes taking place with the ISO standards.
The application of the ISO principles provides direct benefits to the operation of the company, as well as makes important contributions to the management of costs and risks.
This is an important resource for CISOs and CSOs who would like to adopt the ISO principles or gain certification because it aligns theory with practice and helps structure and mature an information security management program.
On this issue FERC said, "Entergy's proposal, if modified to address certain issues, could comply with the independence requirement of the ISO principles.
They join CA's growing portfolio of EITM business service integrations which are designed and delivered by CA Services to automate business processes and accelerate adoption of IT service strategies based on ITIL[R], COBIT[R] and ISO principles.
In its Order, FERC stated that the Member Systems' proposal to form the ISO meets FERC's eleven ISO principles.
While we have applied for and received ISO certification at these three companies, we have embraced the ISO principles at all of our operations for some time," Williford added.