• Esoteric awarded ISO 27001 for demonstrating commitment to information security

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    TSCM and counter surveillance expert Estoric has been awarded ISO 27001 Certification by the British Standards Institute.

    The new accreditation demonstrates the company’s commitment to information security, both of internal data and that to its clients and partners, and joins the ISO9001: 2015 certification awarded by the National Security Inspectorate and Cyber Essentials accreditation the company already holds.

    Compliance with the International Organisation for Standardisation’s (ISO) strict requirements highlights a commitment to using best practice and providing clients and partners reassurance with the handling and protection of information.

    ISO/IEC 27001 is the internationally recognised best practice standard for an information security management system (ISMS).

    The ISMS framework of policies and procedures includes legal, physical and technical controls involved in information risk management and covers people, processes and technology.

    For more than 100 years BSI have led the way in standards. They are among the most respected and reputable management systems certification bodies in the world and are accredited by around 20 local and international bodies.

    “The process was a rigorous one”, said Emma Shaw, MD at Esoteric. “This certification demonstrates our commitment to safeguarding information at all levels throughout our business and providing peace of mind to our clients that we have robust information assurance measures in place.”

    Esoteric has been providing end-to-end solutions to address the issues of corporate espionage, competitive intelligence gathering and theft of information, assets and intellectual property for nearly 20 years. Working discreetly with corporations, Government departments and high-worth individuals globally, the company helps organisations assess where vulnerabilities lie and to take proactive action to protect information and conversations from illicit eavesdropping devices and bugging.



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