Copenhagen, Denmark – 23 July 2020. Monsenso recently received the ISO 27001 re-certification. This is the international standard that describes best practices for an information security management system (ISMS). The company had originally received the ISO 27001 certification in August 2017, and since the certification is valid for three years, the re-certification was due this summer.
Compliance with this certification validates that Monsenso has implemented comprehensive information security practices that protect its users and their information in accordance with internationally recognised standards.
The ISO 27001 standard ensures the secure management of customers’ information, intellectual property, and third party information by establishing methodologies and meeting key objectives for implementing information security.
Monsenso underwent an in-depth assessment by a third-party auditor to validate compliance with this standard. Maintenance of the certification requires an annual review and a three-year re-certification, giving Monsenso users confidence that their data is continuously protected under these standards.
With regards to obtaining the ISO 27001 certification, Thomas Lethenborg, CEO at Monsenso, commented “Data security is critical when dealing with medical information, and the ISO 27001 certification provides our users with the highest level of protection for their most sensitive data.”
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