PrioCom is awarded two ISO certificates
As of December 2019, PrioCom is officially certified with ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 27001:2013.
This means PrioCom fulfils international requirements for quality management and meets all criteria with regard to privacy and information security.
The conscious and safe handling of information is becoming increasingly important. Now that PrioCom has successfully achieved ISO 9001 and 27001 certification, it can guarantee that all customer data is handled with due care and that all laws and regulations are observed. The certificates mean that PrioCom is extra qualified in the marketplace.
Quote Sandra Leeman, Office Manager and Quality Manager at PrioCom: “In this phase of our business development it was a logical step for us to obtain the ISO certificates 9001 and 27001. Proper implementation of our processes and compliance with information security are in line with what PrioCom stands for: giving our partners optimal service.”
About ISO 9001
ISO 9001 specifies that an organisation’s quality management system must: a) demonstrate the ability to consistently deliver products and services that meet customer requirements and applicable laws and regulations, and b) set itself the goal of increasing customer satisfaction by applying the system effectively. All requirements in this international standard are general and intended to be applicable to any organization, regardless of its type, size or the products and services it provides. Source: www.nen.nl.
About ISO 27001
ISO 27001 offers a comprehensive approach to information security. Information resources that must be protected according to this standard vary from digital information, paper information and physical resources (computers and networks) to knowledge that is available to employees. Areas of focus here range from competence development of employees to technical protection against computer fraud. The ISO 27001 standard offers organisations a process-oriented approach for setting up, implementing, managing, monitoring, evaluating, maintaining and improving the information security management system. Source: www.dnvgl.nl