Information Security Is the Primary Concern for Enterprises
As part of its ongoing commitment to maintain the highest standards in data security for its customers, People.ai, the only platform that drives revenue intelligence across all go-to-market teams, announced it has attained ISO 27001:2013 certification for its information security management system. This in addition to recently achieving recertification for SSAE-16 SOC 2 Type 2 compliance.
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The ISO 27001:2013 standard is set by the International Organization for Standards (ISO). The standard sets a systematic approach to securely managing information and information systems to keep both secure. Certification must be conducted by an independent auditor who determines whether a company has a coherent, systematic set of policies in place to protect information and whether those policies are followed. Companies which achieve ISO 27001:2013 certification demonstrate that they adhere to information security best practices, policies, and procedures that include more than just logical and physical security controls. Certification attests to management’s commitment to protecting information by prioritizing it as a business requirement.
“Our enterprise customers trust us with their data. This certification is an affirmation of our commitment and effort to protect that trust. ISO 27001 certification is a testament to our focus on protecting our customers’ information,” says Oleg Rogynskyy, People.ai’s CEO and Founder. “That a small company devotes extensive effort to meet international standards almost exclusively met by multi-billion dollar companies illustrates our focus on protecting our customers. This certification cuts across security, privacy and reliability principles.”
The ISO 27001:2013 standard details enterprise-wide specifications for documentation, management responsibility, continual improvement, internal audits, and preventative and corrective action. It complements People.ai’s other information security efforts, such as SOC 2 Type 2 controls (Service Organisation Controls) and GDPR compliance.