Information Security: MI-GSO|PCUBED obtains ISO 27001 v2017 certification for its headquarters and its Toulouse BU

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Thanks to the commitment of its employees, MI-GSO|PCUBED obtains the ISO 27001 2017 certification for the activities of : Consulting, Training and Project Management Operations.
This certification allows the whole company to progress in the maturity of the Information Security Management System (ISMS).

We want to go further: the certified perimeter will be extended to all our activities by the end of 2023 and will cross the borders from France to Spain, Germany and Portugal.

What is the ISO 27001/IEC 27001 standard?

“ISO” is the acronym for: International Organisation for Standardisation. The ISO/IEC 27000 family of standards is the reference for Information Security. These standards define the requirements for Information Security Management Systems (ISMS). They are real tools to help companies set up an organisation to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information, as well as its legal compliance.

Thus, obtaining ISO 27001 certification means that we have reached the necessary level expected by this strict standard with regard to the security of our data and those of our Clients.

ISO 27001 certification

The entire team that worked on this project, including MI-GSO|PCUBED’s ISMS Manager, is delighted to have been able to take up the challenge of obtaining this certification after 9 months of intense preparation. While the maturity of our QMS (Quality Management System) enabled us to benefit from the fundamentals, we could not have succeeded without the involvement of our employees, the support of our Group, ALTEN, and the strong commitment of General Management.

This is a great recognition that guarantees our Customers and Partners our good risk management and our understanding of current and future challenges, which is crucial in an environment where new threats appear every day.

This certification is a real long-term commitment, and places our entire organisation on a continuous improvement path that will be assessed annually during surveillance and renewal audits

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