We are ISO 27001:2013 certified
We are in the last quarter of the year 2022 and like always we’re always striving to make our policies clearer and our services easier to use. With immense pride and happiness, we announce the great news of our receiving the ISO 27001:2013 certification. It’s a significant recognition to QBrainX as IT businesses mandate this certification to showcase the security standards for our clients.
What does this certificate mean to our business?
As companies are aware, that ISO 27001 compliance is the global standard for effective information management that helps you demonstrate better security practices by avoiding potentially costly security breaches, which can improve relationships with clients and give us a competitive advantage.
Every vision starts somewhere; ours started a number of years ago. Since those early days, our efforts have been towards improvising and upgrading — immense thanks to the amazing stakeholder, all employees, and our clients who help us achieve our vision. We share passion and vision, and it drives us every day.
What will we do for your business with this certification?
We are excited to continue working with our patrons to provide the best service possible while knowing that your information and data are as secure as they can be.
- Keeping sensitivity and confidentiality of the information
- Enabling the secure data exchange
- Making absolutely sure we meet our legal obligations.
- Creating a data protection culture
What will you gain with this collaboration?
Collaborating with us will give you confidence in the security of your sensitive data by lowering the possibility of your personal information falling into the wrong hands and thus Increasing trust.
In short, we will define the policies and procedures required to protect your organization and include all of the risk controls required for effective IT security management.
Thanks, Team QBrainX for helping us reach a huge milestone!
Collaborators let us take steps to protect data helping minimize the financial and reputational damage caused by a data breach.