PeopleForce is pleased to announce that it has achieved ISO 27001:2013 international certification in recognition of the company’s implementation of the information security management system (ISMS).
The certification highlights PeopleForce’s ability to ensure compliance with the highest inernational standards in the following areas:
Software development and support
Management of cloud services information
Risk assessment and management, risk response, and implementation of risk mitigation tools
Creation, use, support and continuous auditing of information security
‘Certification according to the 27001:2013 standard was our priority at the end of 2021 and the team is proud to have achieved our goal after undergoing a mandatory independent audit and training,’ said PeopleForce CEO, Andrew Cetinic.
‘This confirms that PeopleForce has a reliable and secure IT infrastructure, and access to data.’
Confirmation that the PeopleForce team is absolutely competent and fully trained in information security.
Confirmation that the company has data protection, and risk and threat management policies in place, and holds the necessary documents to prove it.
PeopleForce constantly monitors risks and conducts internal audits of its media security.
PeopleForce consistently develops and implements new practices to further improve the aforementioned issues.
For our customers, ISO 27001:2013 certification means that we can effectively protect their data, and ensure that the information we receive and store is reliably protected. Certification represents a significant step forwards for our plans to scale to European markets.
The independent certification audit of PeopleForce was performed by UNICERT company - international auditors from IRCA and accredited representatives of International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. UNICERT has more than 20 years of experience in implementing management systems, and more than seven years of experience in international certification.
ISO 27001:2013 is the latest information security management standard developed by the International Organization for Standardization, which has been operating since 1947. The certificate received under the standard confirms the reliability of business data protection and regulates the information security management rules of the company in accordance with internationally accepted regulations.
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