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Safe Shores Monitoring are proud to announce that we have achieved ISO 27001 standard, the internationally recognised certification for information security.

In today’s digital world with cybercrime and cyberattacks becoming increasingly prevalent and sophisticated, demonstrating cyber resilience and sound information security systems are needed as part of our work to support lone workers across the UK 24 hours per day, 365 days per year.

This accreditation joins our existing series of industry leading standards, including Secured by Design, ISO 9001, BS8484, BS5979, BS7858 and Cyber Essentials PLUS.

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What is ISO 27001?

ISO/IEC 27001:2017, also known as ISO 27001, is the international standard that sets out the specification for an information security management system (ISMS).

The standard identifies best practice when managing information security by addressing people, processes and technology. Ultimately, it sets a framework for organisations to establish, implement, operate, monitor, review, maintain and continually improve an ISMS.

Why should you choose an ISO 27001 accredited Lone Worker Solution Provider?

With this standard joining our long list of accreditations, we provide our customers with trust and confidence that Safe Shores Monitoring are a responsible, ethical and secure partner that you can safely do business with.

Having ISO 27001 and Cyber Essentials PLUS certified standards in place allows us to increase our resilience towards a cyberattack and other evolving security threats, ensuring that our lone worker monitoring service stays live at all times.

The rigorous, lengthy and detailed process of achieving this standard has not only highlighted our resilient systems and processes, but also our company culture which is centred on our team understanding evolving risks and embracing security as part of our everyday working practices.

To find out more about Safe Shores Monitoring and out mission to Protect, Assure and Respond to all lone workers and their requirements, please click here.