Recently, Nordcloud announced that it had been awarded the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 (ISO 27001) certification, in turn proving to be a business that takes information security seriously.
The certification, in-line with the upcoming new GDPR regulations, is the international standard that describes best practice for an ISMS (information security management system). This results in a 'systematic approach' to managing sensitive company information in order for it to remain secure, says ISO, the International Organisation for Standardisation.
For Nordcloud it will become a typical requirement for us to show now and in the future, especially for our enterprise customers who require higher levels of compliance with continuously meticulous security standards. The well defined ISMS helps us in this case to manage Information Security related items and continuously develop our team and solutions further. To maintain ISO 27001:2013, Nordcloud will have to continue to go through annual external reviews and a three-year recertification, demonstrating in the process continual improvement.
Companies that need to adopt GDPR should be able to prove that they are not negligent when it comes to security. Achieving the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification is an excellent way of proving that. What's more, conducting business and handing over operation management to a company that has a certification is a sound business decision. We trust this certification will further boost the confidence of our customers when doing business with Nordcloud
If you'd like to learn more about Nordcloud's achievement, and how it helps us work with customers on their Cloud journey, contact us here.