As an aspiring leader in UK proptech, Inventory Hive has always pushed further, beyond where they need to be as a business to set new benchmarks in client service and security. Their recent awards are testament to that. It’s therefore no surprise that the company has just achieved the latest ISO 27001 Information Security Management certification – not just to the current standards but the new ones set for 2025.
The rigorous ISO 27001 audit is notoriously difficult and time-consuming, and for good reason. Cyber security has become a priority for businesses, with 1 in 5 being a victim of a cyber attack over the past year, according to Aviva.
Hackers continuously look for ways to crack future security measures, which is why it’s so important to keep one step ahead when it comes to data protection – not just on your own systems but throughout your supplier chain too.
“We know that security of personal data is at the foremost of our customers’ minds when they decide to work with us. The same goes for the companies that we partner with and who integrate with our software – they want to ensure that there are no holes in any processes that we have here which could cause them problems with their workflow and legislative obligations,” commented Richard Abbots, CEO at Inventory Hive.
“Achieving ISO 27001 certification demonstrates our unwavering commitment to the highest standards of information security. This milestone not only validates our dedication to protecting sensitive data but also underscores our relentless pursuit of excellence in every facet of our operations. ISO 27001 certification is not just a recognition; it’s a reflection of our steadfast resolve to safeguard our clients, partners, and stakeholders from the evolving landscape of cyber threats. This achievement speaks volumes about our organisational integrity and sets a benchmark for others to aspire to in the ever-changing digital age.”
ISO 27001 is the only auditable international standard that defines the requirements of an information security management system including policies, practices and procedures that manage information risks.
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