We are absolutely delighted to announce that we are now ISO 27001 certified.
Over the past few months, everyone here at Edays has been working extremely hard to ensure that we pass the audit and achieve this certification. The security of our client’s data is a top priority for us and this certification gives confidence that we’re following industry recognised standards to deliver the best level of information security
Here’s what Steve Arnold (CEO, Edays) has to say about this massive achievement!
“The Edays platform is now being used by some of the biggest brands in the world – across 120 countries, in 20 different languages, and we take our responsibilities very seriously. IT security and protection of customer data has always been a massive focus for us and we’ve been working to ISO27001 standards for quite some time. It’s great however to now have the official accreditation.”
“Our IT security and tech teams are very tuned in to modern threats, not only do we have the ISO 27001 certification, we also commission 3rd party penetration testing on the Edays platform, and we continue to invest internally on the latest vulnerability scanning software – this way we’re working to ensure every software release is thoroughly reviewed.”
ISO 27001 is the international standard that helps businesses to manage their information security in line with industry recognised best practice. It offers a set of specifications for businesses to adhere to that will ensure they have a strong information security management.
But what does this mean to you as a customer?
What ISO 27001 means to our customers
Let us take out all this jargon and break down exactly what it means to you as a customer. With this certification it means:
– We’re following the best guidelines to protect your data
– We’re ensuring data is kept accurate and accessible only by authorised users
– We’re delivering increased reliability, availability and security of all our systems and information
– We’re increasing the resilience of our business
– We’re fully aligned with our customer requirements and expectations
– We’ve improved our management processes and integration with corporate risk strategies
If you would like to find out more about ISO 27001 you can read up more about it here.