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NSF, a global public health and safety organization, recently earned an ISO/IEC 27001 certification. This internationally recognized certification verifies NSF's information security management system meets world class data security standards.
The ISO/IEC 27001 certification demonstrates NSF's continued commitment to information security at every level, including that the security of data and information has been addressed, implemented and properly controlled in all areas of the organization.
"Our team understands the importance of managing data security, especially when it comes to protecting client data and communications," said Lesley Ma, Chief Information Officer at NSF. "While we have always operated with the highest security standards, this certification demonstrates that we have invested in the people, processes and technology to protect our data."
In addition to following the international ISO standard for managing security controls, NSF International Strategic Registrations (an NSF company) provides information security management systems certification and audits to ISO/IEC 27001, ISO/IEC 20000-1, CSA STAR and NIST 800-171.
ISO/IEC 27001 is the international standard developed specifically for information security management systems, requiring a company to use a systematic approach to managing sensitive information and ensuring data security.
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