Data Centric Security

CAN/DGSI 100-1: 2023 (Reaffirmed)  |  Digital Governance – Part 1

What this Standard Covers

Data breaches are a serious risk for all organizations. Whether the result of inadvertent mishandling, recklessness, or cyberattack, the exposure of confidential information can have damaging and long-lasting impacts on organizations and the people whose data is leaked.

This standard sets out the fundamental characteristics and attributes required of data protection systems. It includes measures to protect data while it is being held on a server and while it is being transferred between IT systems and/or organizations.

About this Standard

Edition

FIRST

Year Published

2020

     (Reaffirmed 2023)

Intended for Conformity Assessment?

Yes

Comment on the Latest Draft

Draft available for periodic maintenance review appear below

Draft number: Periodic Maintenance
Date posted: 2023-02-28
Comments due by: 2023-04-14

Download This Standard

Our standards are always free for non-commercial use.

Note that all standards published before January 30, 2023 remain valid and designated CIOSC under the authority of the CIO Strategy Council. These standards when updated as new editions will be published by the Digital Governance Standards Institute. 

An interpretation has been added to this standard to clarify the meaning of a term used

HT Mega Addons

Current Status

Standard Proposed

In Development

Published

Annual Maintenance

This standard is subject to technical committee review beginning no later than one year from the date of publication. The completion of the review may result in a new edition, revision, reaffirmation or withdrawal of the standard. 

Looking for a different standard?

See all standards currently in development or undergoing maintenance in our full Work Program

Scroll to Top

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. By using our website you agree to our Cookie Policy

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. By using our website you agree to our Cookie Policy