Elinext Confirms Its ISO 27001 and 9001 Certifications

Dmitri Koteshov
Digital Content Manager
November 8, 2018

We’re glad to announce that Elinext has confirmed both ISO 27001 and 9001 certifications led by PECB.

By meeting the substantial criteria for these standards once again, Elinext has demonstrated its commitment to information security of clients’ sensitive data and the ability to deliver high-quality services by bringing out improvements to products and company’s internal processes.   

”By reconfirming our ISO 9001 and 27001 certifications, Elinext has shown its long-standing commitment to security and quality. Our clients may rest assured that these strict standards are met by technology, employees and working processes within the company”, states an Elinext representative.

Adopted by the International Organization for Standardization in Geneva, Switzerland in 1987, the ISO quality system serves as a globally recognized standard of quality for the variety of product development lifecycle processes. To become ISO 27001 and 9001 certified, Elinext’s management has passed corresponding courses and pieces of training.

The certifications were awarded following a meticulous audit of Elinext’s quality management system which takes place on a yearly basis. From now on, the next audit will be performed in 2019 – and later on, every 2 years – to keep track of the maintenance of the aforementioned standards.

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