New Standards for Information Security
Most companies strive to follow high IT security standards, but there is big difference to actually complying. A fact that now makes companies throughout industries demand a high level of documentation of information security and even an ISO 27001 certification.
As a result of the GDPR and an increased threat of cyber-crime, companies today focus on IT security in a broader perspective and seek to cover their data integrity in every possible aspect.
“In the post-GDPR era, we experience that more clients have increased demands for compliance and documentation and even set new standards for information security. I believe this is a positive trend, indicating more focus on data processing and data classification,” says CFO at B4Restore, Henrik Laursen.
With a consistent review and improvement of internal IT processes, you get a necessary focus on cyber-attacks and ransomware in return.
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.
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.
Get in Touch
Get in touch to learn more about information security, contact CFO Henrik Laurssen at email@example.com.