Yorkshire recruitment software provider, networx has achieved certification to the latest internationally recognised ISO 27001:2017 standard, establishing them as one of the leaders in the industry.
This independent assessment was conducted by the British Assessment Bureau, a leading Certification Body, and demonstrates networx’ commitment to keeping their data, staff and premises secure.
Like most ATS providers, the innovative recruitment software provider has always utilised certified hosting providers to ensure that data is kept in a secure and safe environment. However, by gaining this accreditation, networx can now ensure that access to the software and internal procedures, such as system developments and deployments, also adhere to the highest possible security standards.
Following a rigorous assessment, the company has successfully earned the right to display the coveted British Assessment Bureau quality shield and ISO 27001:2017 logo to demonstrate its conformance to the standard.
ISO 27001 is the internationally recognised ‘Information Security Management Standard’ that proves an organisation’s commitment to the security of their customer and employee information. With the accreditation in place, networx are able to minimise risks to potential data security breaches and reduce errors and costs, while demonstrating credibility and trust.
Dylan Kimber, Head of IT at networx said “We’re extremely proud to have achieved ISO accreditation. As a business we are not only committed to delivering quality recruitment solutions but also ensuring that the wealth of client and candidate data, which is processed every day via our recruitment software and managed services, is kept as secure as it can be.
Every process and procedure we adopt, whether it is related to the delivery of our products and services or our own internal procedures, has been carefully scrutinised as part of our accreditation. Clients no longer have to take our word for it, we have been officially recognised as meeting the highest possible security standards.”
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