Information Security:
MIGSO-PCUBED obtains ISO 27001

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Thanks to the commitment of our employees and the support of our general management, MIGSO-PCUBED obtains the ISO 27001 v2017 certification for the activities of: Consulting, Training and Project Management Operations.
This certification allows the whole company to progress in the maturity of their Information Security Management System (ISMS).

In 2022, the entire team, including the Information Security Management System of MIGSO-PCUBED, is delighted to have expanded their scope of certification and crossed the borders of France to Spain, Germany, and Portugal.

What is the ISO 27001/IEC 27001 standard?

“ISO” is the acronym for International Organization for Standardization, and IEC for International Electrotechnical Commission. The ISO/IEC 27000 family of standards is the reference for Information Security and these standards define the requirements for Information Security Management Systems (ISMS). They are tools to help companies set up an organization to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information, as well as its legal compliance.

Thus, obtaining ISO/IEC 27001 certification means that we have reached the maturity and mastery expected by this strict standard with regard to the security of our data and those of our clients.

ISO 27001 certification

This is a great recognition guaranteeing our customers and partners that we follow good risk and information security management best practices, and we understand the related current and future challenges. Security management is crucial for us, just as much as for our clients, in an environment where new threats appear every day.

This certification is truly a long-term commitment and places our entire organization on a path of continuous improvement that is assessed annually during surveillance and renewal audits.

We are proud to receive this certification and welcome the challenge of remaining secure in our information security practices going forward.