ISO 27001 information security standard certification
The renewal of the current certification in the ISO 27001 international standard, is the opening shot for the sixth year in which we successfully pass the high standard for information security and the protection of our customers’ privacy.
In honor of the current certification, the director of our division, Dikla Vered, has further expanded on the meaning and importance of the ISO standard:
“The ISO standard sets standards for managing information security and providing cyber services to our partners, and our consistent compliance with the high standards is an unequivocal statement on our behalf to provide each company and organization with the overall envelope they need.”
Why did Experis go to certification?
“As every year, we also applied for renewal this year because we wanted our customers and partners to know their information was protected. We are exposed to sensitive information on a daily basis, and monitor and manage it for our customers. This standard helps us provide an additional safety net for them. At the highest level. ”
What does ISO mean?
“The standard includes scanning and conducting risk surveys for the company’s systems, to verify the level of protection and security and identify potential risks that may arise. The standard basically requires a comprehensive inspection of all the tools available to us that are used in our daily protection of our partners and customers.”
What is done in the process of certification to the ISO standard?
“The procedure is not short and requires a lot of time and resources. All the company’s assets are examined at the highest level and any possibility of deviating from the industry’s high standard is ruled out. Cameras, locks), systemic, employee training and of course software. ”
Does it affect the service in any way?
“Yes and no. We will continue to use the same advanced tools as to date, and will continue to offer the same comprehensive services that cover all aspects of information security in organizations. The standard is very important so that our customers and partners know we are not taking measures to protect their sensitive information. “The shoemaker does not go barefoot.”