Berkeley Bridge earns ISO 27001 and NEN 7510 certification
The digital revolution is creating new opportunities for companies all around the world, but also offers severe security risks. A lot of companies have become aware of the negative impact poor cyber & data security might have. A lack of security awareness can not only result in putting your information in the hands of the wrong people, but could also result in regulatory sanctions and reputational damage. Therefore it is no coincidence data security and privacy have become top priorities for many companies and governments. Most of them expect from their business partners to take appropriate security measures to protect data and actually being able to demonstrate how their security awareness contributes to mitigating cyber security risks.
Berkeley Bridge is very proud to announce that we have earned ISO 27001 and NEN 7510 certification. The ISO 27001 certification demonstrates our commitment to align with global standards of best practice information security management to support our processes. NEN 7510 is an additional certification, specifically aimed at healthcare facilities. These type of organizations are nowadays often targeted because of patient records and the damage that can be done by compromising their security.
‘Information security is of paramount importance at Berkeley Bridge. By earning ISO 27001 and NEN 7510 certification our customers and stakeholders can be confident we are committed to secure and protect their data.’
– Maarten van Duijn, Chief Security Officer at Berkeley Bridge
Both certifications do not only relate to technology, but also include a set of measures in regards to processes and procedures. All Berkeley Bridge employees are aware of the need to meet the highest standard for securing data. Among other things, this is shown by taking the necessary measurements when it comes to workplace behavior. From sending data securely using encryption and locking computers when leaving the workplace, to securing offices and not leaving information lying around desks.