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Stellar gets ISO 27001 certification for quality ISMS regime

By Digital Edge Bureau, 30.04.2017, 14:38
 
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Stellar Data Recovery has been certified with ISO 27001 standard containing the requirements for information security management system (ISMS)

India’s Stellar Data Recovery, the leading data recovery, data erasure and data migration solutions provider, has been certified with ISO 27001 standard containing the requirements for information security management system (ISMS).The ISO 27001 certification has been awarded on successful completion of a formal external audit of Stellar’s ISMS.
This makes this clear that Stellar Data Recovery has the necessary policies, procedures and framework in place to securely handle its’ customers’ data while maintaining security, confidentiality and privacy. The ISO 27001 is considered to be the most recognized international standard for information security best practices, which works with an aim to minimize risk of data breach and ensure business continuity. Stellar specializes in providing in-lab data recovery services through its state-of-the-art Class 100 Clean Room labs and offers a wide range of software for all popular operating systems.
“Stellar has been into the business of data recovery for more than two decades, and over the years we’ve ensured complete data security by implementing strict information security measures. The ISO 27001 certification is an additional validation of the strong policies, processes & controls we’ve put in place to safeguard and protect all data that we deal in”, says Sunil Chandna, CEO, Stellar Data Recovery.
The external audit is an extensive process which involves an in-depth review and test of Stellar’s ISMS. The test results authenticated that company’s compliance landscape is highly capable and follows a globally acceptable, systematic approach towards establishing safeguards against data breach & information security compromise.
The number of information security breaches in recent times has risen significantly. Therefore, today organizations have to be more sensitive to their data security requirements and meet global regulatory, statutory corporate information security compliance requirements when working with vendors.

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