Since July 2023, ICD International has been ISO 27001 certified. What does this certification mean, why did ICD International take this step and what are the benefits?
ISO 27001: what does it mean?
ISO 27001 is one of the main standards for establishing, implementing, maintaining and optimizing IT security management systems.
This certification testifies to the company's ability to manage data security risks in accordance with the best practices defined by this standard. It demonstrates the company's commitment and ability to manage data and information safely and securely.
Why did ICD international choose this certification?
Positioned as a future PDP (platform of Digitalization partner) to support companies in their transition to mandatory electronic invoice ICD International had to obtain this certification in order to file its registration file with the DGFIP.
In addition to this prerequisite, the sharp rise in cybercrime and the theft or leakage of confidential data has led us to rethink our processes and technologies to reinforce our practices and apply them to our solutions to limit and reinforce them even further.
For 30 years, our business has been implementing data flow exchanges between companies. This certification demonstrates that the security of these flows and the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the data are guaranteed.
It testifies to our commitment to information systems security and reinforces our position as a trusted partner.
Obtaining this certification is the fruit of a collective effort withinICD International to always offer our customers services of the highest quality, while guaranteeing the confidentiality and security of their data.