Gleanin achieves ISO 27001 certification

kf - Wednesday, April 8, 2020    


Event software company, Gleanin, has achieved certification to the internationally recognised ISO 27001 standard. ISO 27001 is the internationally recognised Information Security Management Standard that proves an organisation's commitment to the security of their customer, employee and shareholder's information. With ISO 27001 in place, Gleanin are able to minimise risks to potential data security breaches and reduce errors and costs, while demonstrating credibility and trust. Gleanin CEO, Tamar Beck, stated the importance of data security: "Our customers want to know their data is safe. Our commitment to data security never stops and ISO27001 is just one of the steps we've taken. Information security is understood from the top to the bottom of our organisation, and remains one of our highest priorities." The independent assessment was conducted by the British Assessment Bureau, a leading certification body, and demonstrates Gleanin's commitment to keeping their data, staff and premises secure. Gleanin has now earned the right to display the British Assessment Bureau quality shield and ISO27001 logo to demonstrate its conformance to the standard. (kf)

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