Juniper Bridge has reached a new milestone in data security with the internationally recognised ISO 27001 certification. The independent assessment was conducted by the British Assessment Bureau and reflects Juniper Bridge’s the quality of Juniper’s information security management system, to keep all data, staff and premises secure and to safeguard the information assets and intellectual property of their clients.
ISO 27001 certification is widely considered to be the benchmark for standards in data security and provides a tried and tested framework for implementing and managing information security processes.
Juniper Bridge has been following a detailed roadmap to ensure that all their new products and services from their re-launch to the channel in September meet the latest security standards, creating clear documented working practices for risk identification and ensuring that everyone in the company is trained and empowered to identify risks and continually improves the ways in which they work.
Stephen Larkin, said: “Achieving certification of ISO 27001 is a huge deal for us. In the age where security is the biggest threat to businesses, this certification verifies that Juniper Bridge conforms to a standard that protects data integrity. More importantly, implementing best practice framework ensures that risk and data security is at the forefront of our minds and it also demonstrates to our customers and potential customers, our commitment to attaining the highest standards of information security across the whole of our business.”
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