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ISO 9001 and ISO 27001

Sentrium Achieves ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 Certifications

2nd November 2023

2 min read

In an increasingly digital world, the importance of quality and security cannot be overstated. Sentrium Security Ltd is excited to share our recent achievement – obtaining ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 certifications. These certifications showcase our unwavering commitment to enhancing quality and security for our valued clients.

ISO 9001: Elevating Quality Standards

ISO 9001, a globally recognized quality management standard, places a strong emphasis on customer satisfaction, continuous improvement, and efficient processes. Attaining the ISO 9001 certification signifies our ability to meet stringent criteria for delivering exceptional services and products.

For our clients, ISO 9001 certification represents our dedication to consistently meeting and surpassing their expectations. At every stage, from initial engagement to project delivery, we have ingrained quality into our operations. Whether you’re seeking comprehensive penetration testing, security assessments, or other cybersecurity solutions, our ISO 9001 certification assures you of our unwavering commitment to quality.

ISO 27001: Fortifying Information Security

ISO 27001 is the international standard for information security management systems. It offers a systematic approach to data protection, risk assessment, and security controls. In an age marked by data breaches, this certification reinforces our commitment to safeguarding your invaluable information.

Our attainment of ISO 27001 certification underscores our ability to manage and protect your data assets effectively. We have implemented robust information security controls, policies, and procedures to ensure your sensitive data remains confidential and secure. Whether you’re a business handling proprietary information or a public organization managing sensitive records, our ISO 27001 certification ensures we can meet your supplier assurance requirements and obligations.

Advantages for Our Clients

Our attainment of both ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 certifications offers several concrete advantages for our clients:

  1. Enhanced Quality: ISO 9001 certification confirms our dedication to providing top-tier services. We continually review and enhance our processes to ensure you receive the best possible experience.
  2. Improved Security: ISO 27001 certification highlights our unwavering commitment to data security. We prioritize the protection of your data through stringent security controls.
  3. Peace of Mind: With these certifications, our clients can trust that Sentrium adheres to globally recognized best practices in quality management and information security. Rest assured that you’re in capable hands.
  4. Competitive Edge: By choosing Sentrium, you align yourself with a company that sets the industry benchmark for quality and security. This can give you a competitive advantage, demonstrating your security and quality commitment to stakeholders.

In summary, Sentrium Security Ltd’s attainment of ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 certifications serve as a beacon of trust for our clients, ensuring our commitment to delivering top-notch cybersecurity services and maintaining the highest standards of data security.

As a CREST-approved penetration testing provider, our expert security consultants have a deep understanding of how hackers and cyber attackers operate. We want to help you improve your security strategy to protect your brand reputation, value and property. Get in touch today to learn more about how we can help.


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