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A safe pair of hands for SMEs tackling information security and GDPR

A safe pair of hands for SMEs tackling information security and GDPR

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Demonstrating its commitment to achieving excellent quality standards and processes, Fortis Data Protection and Compliance (DPC), which helps businesses ensure they are GDPR compliant has been awarded the IASME Gold Standard certificate and Quality Principles accreditation.

An alternative to the International Standard ISO9001, Quality Principles recognises businesses that can show a high level of customer services and customer interactions are delivered through an organisation.

The IASME Governance standard allows small companies in a supply chain to demonstrate their level of cybersecurity and the measures in place to properly protect their customers’ information.

The standard was developed over several years during a government funded project to create a cybersecurity standard as an alternative to the international standard, ISO27001.

Howard Freeman, MD, Fortis DPC, said: “As a business we are operating at the same touchstones that we would be delivering for our clients, offering businesses a safe pair of hands as they tackle the issues of information security.”

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