5 Years with ISO 27001
This month, B4Restore celebrates its fifth year of complying with the international ISO 27001 standard with another successful periodic audit. The certificate is proof of maximum IT security and compliance, and the continuous improvement of internal IT processes is ideal for preventing ransomware-attacks.
ISO 27001 is the international standard for information security best practices, and for B4Restore the procedures serve as an efficient way to help customers comply with and stay up to date on relevant legislation.
Increased Demand for Compliance
B4Restore provides Storage and Backup-as-a-Service solutions for global enterprises, SMBs, MSPs and the public sector, and information security is key. Looking back on the past five years, for B4Restore, the ISO 27001 standard has proven not just a framework for IT security, risk management and GDPR compliance, but also an efficient form of IT documentation, especially for public organizations and clients with a global footprint:
Today, we see an increased focus on compliance with information security standards like ISO 27001. Our most demanding clients, like those with critical infrastructure, already specifically request compliance with a range of standards, and we expect more compliance documentation to be mandatory in terms and tenders in the future, says Henrik Laursen, CFO at B4Restore.
Most companies strive to follow high IT security standards, but there is big difference to actually complying. Also, the consistent review and improvement of internal IT processes can put a necessary focus on cyber-attacks and ransomware.
B4Restore has held ISO 27001 certification for five years now. To retain the certification requires an annual audit and there is a comprehensive re-certification cycle.
The certification process was audited by the international accredited registrar and classification society DNV GL.
About ISO 27001
ISO 27001 is one of the most acknowledged and internationally independent information security standards. It entails a systematic framework of policies and procedures for establishing, implementing, operating, monitoring, reviewing, maintaining, and improving an organization’s information security to achieve business objectives. It covers people, processes and IT systems by applying a risk management process. B4Restore has been ISO 27001 certified since 2015.
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