Oyez awarded ISO 27001 Information Security Standard

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23 August 2017

Oyez Professional ServicesOyez Professional Services are pleased to announce that they have been awarded the ISO 27001:2013 certification for Information Security Management. By achieving this internationally recognised certification, Oyez are demonstrating their commitment to the protection of both their own and client data.

 This project was undertaken in direct response to the needs of Oyez customers. Technology is a fast-paced, ever evolving environment. Increasingly, organisations are seeking the assurance that comes from knowing the risks that could impact their business are being managed effectively.

 ISO 27001 is an internationally recognised information security management standard which ensures organisations can apply a framework to business processes to help identify, manage and reduce risks to information security. It considers not only technology, but takes a wider view across all business operations.

 In response to the announcement, Nick Hodges, MD of Oyez Professional Services said: “Securing ISO 27001:2013 certification demonstrates our on-going commitment to robust risk management and security practices. By benchmarking our policies and procedures against this internationally recognised Information Security Management System Standard, our customers and partners can be confident of our levels of expertise and the resilience of our products and services.”

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