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PageFreezer Achieves ISO 27001 Certification

We're extremely excited to announce that PageFreezer has earned ISO 27001:2013 certification. ISO 27001:2013 is an information security standard published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), which specifies an information security management system (ISMS) aimed at gaining greater control over data security.

PageFreezer Achieves ISO 27001 Certification

In order to earn ISO 27001:2013 certification, an organization has to consider the information security risks that it is faced with, specifically the threats and vulnerabilities that could place data at risk. With the above in mind, the company then needs to implement robust and all-embracing controls to adequately address these risks. Once this is done, processes need to be reviewed and revised continually, with the aim of always improving information security.

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“Earning ISO 27001 certification required a huge commitment. It was a nearly year-long undertaking that demanded we look at all the security implications of every process within our organization. Everything from email and password security to the physical security of the workplace and employee devices needed to be considered,” says PageFreezer CEO Michael Riedijk. “Certification is a voluntary process, but we feel that any company that’s serious about the security of both its customers’ and its own data see ISO 27001 certification as crucial.”

PageFreezer archives records across websites, social media accounts, mobile text messages, and enterprise collaboration platforms. ISO 27001:2013 certification shows that this data is being handled with the care it deserves.

“With ISO certification, we illustrate that we’re doing everything we can to ensure confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information, systems, and services,” says Riedijk. “It ensures that information assets are well protected from unauthorized access, that accurate and complete information is delivered by systems that are reliable, and that information is available when required for authorized use.”

In addition to companywide ISO 27001:2013 certification, PageFreezer also makes use of data centers that are SSAE18 and ISO 27001 certified, and it recently unveiled a list of security features aimed at further reducing the risk of unauthorized access. These security features consist of two-factor authentication (2FA), password policy management, concurrent login management, and IP whitelisting. You can read more about our security features in this blog post: PageFreezer Adds Enterprise-Level Security Features.

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George van Rooyen
George van Rooyen
George van Rooyen is the Senior Copywriter at Pagefreezer.

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