Proact, Europe’s leading independent data centre and cloud services provider, has successfully obtained the ISO 27001:2013 certification, a globally recognised standard for information security management systems (ISMS). Such an achievement demonstrates the company’s commitment to storing and protecting sensitive information.
In Estonia Proact provides infrastructure management, software management as well as private, hybrid and public cloud services. Regardless of service, this certificate reassures the company’s customers and partners that the organisation has enacted strict security measures to protect sensitive data.
ISO 27001 is the world’s best-known information security management systems (ISMS) standard. Adhering to ISO 27001 signifies that an organisation has implemented a robust system to mitigate risks associated with data security, following the industry’s best practices and principles as outlined in this globally recognised standard.
“As a provider of critical infrastructure, cloud and central software management services it is vital to meet information security requirements,” says Karel Kannel, Managing Director of Proact Estonia AS. “Acquiring this certification is a confirmation that we are doing the job properly. ISO 27001 is not a one-off undertaking. Repeated audits will follow the initial certification, to verify that we follow what has been developed and, if necessary, draw up plans to cope with new or altered risks.”