This acronym identifies the international standard that specifies the set of requirements for an Information Security Management System, an asset of fundamental value for companies that operate with IT or information management. In a context where the amount of information exchanged is growing at exponential rates, it is increasingly strategic to have a tool to keep up with the times and plan objectives correctly.
As you can imagine, loss of information, theft of confidential data and damage to critical documents can have serious impacts on business continuity.
It is therefore very important to protect them through a certified Information Management System. The purpose of ISO/IEC 27001 is precisely to protect your archives from threats of all kinds, in order to ensure their integrity, confidentiality and availability.
This will allow your company, among other things, to enjoy greater trust in contact with customers, public organizations and in the e-commerce sector, offering information that complies with pre-established levels of confidentiality, is accurate and correctly accessible.
Furthermore, thanks to the risk assessment and analytical approach of the management system, your organization can reduce costs associated with additional layers of security that may not work.