Moveshelf has long been aware that information security is an important concern for the movement analysis community (see our previous blog posts touching on this topic). We have implemented the highest standard of technical security measures, such us adopting certified providers, separating storage per customer, allowing IT teams to choose the location of their data, and integrating with customer authentication systems to allow for single sign-on.
One year ago we decided to take the next step: obtaining the ISO27001 and NEN7510 information security certifications. ISO27001 is an internationally recognized standard, and NEN7510 is a Dutch standard specifically aimed at information security in healthcare. We set up a formal Information Security Management System (ISMS), and engaged with a certifying body to audit us through the process. After a total of four audit days, the auditor concluded that there were no non-conformities, and recommended our ISMS for certification.
How does this impact you as a customer?
- You can be confident that Moveshelf is effectively managing risks related to information security.
- The ISO27001 and NEN7510 standards are recognized by your Information Security Officer and Data Protection Officer. As a result, the approval process for Moveshelf is now faster than ever before.
- You and your security team can be assured that Moveshelf will continue to follow the highest standards for information security. Auditors will visit us every year to extend or renew our information security certification.
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