Isaac Instruments has achieved ISO 27001 certification, the international standard for information security management from the International Organization for Standardization.
Following an 18-month process, an accredited certification body granted Isaac the official ISO 27001 certification after performing an independent audit of the organization.
Isaac’s information security management system encompasses the whole organization. This includes core processes such as IT infrastructure management, end-user computing, vulnerability management, security event and incident management, software development lifecycle, and project management.
CEO and Co-Founder of Isaac Jacques DeLarochelliere credited Joe Russo, vice president of information technology and security, and all Isaac colleagues, for their joint efforts in achieving this certification. It comes at a time of raising cybersecurity threats that threaten the financial well-being of fleet clients across North America, Isaac officials said in a press release.
ISO 27001 is recognized as the international standard for managing information security, as it enables organizations to manage the security of assets such as intellectual property, employee details and information entrusted by third parties. It is seen across the globe as an indication that an organization is following information security best practices. As part of the ISO certification, the Isaac team had to ensure each governance document, and security policy and procedure met the international standards of compliance.
Isaac’s electronic logging device and fleet management telematics solution helps fleets monitor and optimize vehicle efficiencies including fuel consumption, engine data processing, driver productivity, as well as safety and hours-of-service compliance.
See all comments