London Data Exchange Ltd has announced that it has successfully attained the international standard for Information Security Management Systems (ISMS), ISO 27001, earning the prestigious accreditation after twelve months of procedural implementations and independent, external assessments.
ISO 27001, the most stringent certification for information security controls, processes and operational information security procedures, guarantees that strict information security controls and risk treatment measures are in place to prevent and defend against any potential data system weaknesses or vulnerabilities. The certification also ensures that these information security controls continue to meet security needs of LDeX clients on an on-going, regularly assessed basis.
Rob Garbutt, LDeX CEO, commented “Businesses outsourcing their data centre operations, applications and critical data are looking for increased assurances over the high volumes of data they are placing within our facilities. We’re proud to have achieved this certification, as it demonstrates our level of commitment to implementing the tightest of security controls, and the responsibility and commitment we place on the confidentiality and security of our clients’ electronic data.
“We strive to achieve excellence in all of our operations and the ISO27001 certification demonstrates our commitment to delivering to our clients the levels of service and assurances they should expect from a top quality London data centre provider.”
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