FRISS, a provider of trust automation services for the property-casualty insurance space, has announced that it has obtained ISO27001 certification.
ISO27001 is an internationally accredited certificate for information security. Companies meeting the ISO27001 standard protect information assets while making processes transparent and measurable. Achieving the certification shows that FRISS protects its customers in the three key aspects of information security: confidentiality, integrity and availability.
The ISO27001 certification is the latest security milestone for FRISS, which is also compliant with ISAE3402 Type II/SSAE 18. The certification allows for the management of security of assets, intellectual property and information going through FRISS by trusted third parties, the company said.
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“I’m excited that we are now compliant with this internationally acknowledged security standard,” said Koen van Vreeswijk, information security officer at FRISS. “Security is at the heart of our operations. Receiving the ISO27001 certification is the confirmation of our continuous strive for advanced data protection and secure processes. It emphasizes that our customers can safely put their trust in working with us.”
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