We can now happily affirm that the certificate has been handed over to us. It confirms that we have an effective information security management system that is in accordance with the internationally recognised ISO 27001:2015 standard and that safeguards all core processes (sales, order implementation and client support).
In recent months, quite a bit of time and brainpower has gone into the topic of information security. For us, the certificate is both a reward for a job well done and an incentive to do even better in the future, because information security is and will remain a key topic associated with new challenges at every turn. On this basis we will continue to develop the measures to ensure that our information and our clients’ information is handled appropriately at all times.
What is ISO 27001 certification?
ISO 27001 is an internationally recognised standard that ensures that information security is treated as a central task of business undertakings. Information security specifically involves maintaining the confidentiality, availability and integrity of all types of information processed in the enterprise.
How do our clients benefit from ISO 27001?
Loss of data, misuse of confidential information, downtime and business operations that come to a standstill not only have serious legal and financial consequences but also lead to a loss of trust among clients and partners.
With the rollout of an ISMS we are working to counteract these risks and bolstering internal awareness of them. With ISO 27001 certification, we are above all able to provide our clients with security – backed up with a seal of approval.
In accordance with the criteria of ISO 27001, we critically examined all key Seven2one processes in which information is processed and stored. Our successful achievement of certification confirms that we protect confidential information and ensure integrity with our IT systems and processes.
We implemented the standard for the first time, which required many discussions and decisions in order to obtain adequate protection while maintaining the necessary flexibility at the same time. However, this was a fundamental step for building a sustainable system.