Fuga achieves ISO 27001 certification

Fuga achieves ISO 27001 certification

We are proud to inform you that Fuga, following our sister organization and Managed Services Provider Cyso, recently received the ISO 27001 certification. This certification confirms that Fuga values the quality and accuracy concerning the security of information and the protection of related business processes.

Paul Bankert, Managing director at Fuga: “As an organization, we are proud to receive this new certification for Fuga. This way, we strive to use our 20 years of knowledge and experience in the hosting branch through our sister organization Cyso, to the greatest possible extent within Fuga. This milestone once again proves that we are a professional and qualified operator within the public cloud landscape.”

Entire organization certified

With the ISO 270001 certification, Fuga proves that its working procedures live up to the highest international security standards. The entire Fuga organization is certified, which means that all Fuga systems, processes and services comply with the required conditions. By doing so, Fuga demonstrates to its customers that security and continuity are of the utmost importance.

Continuous process

The ISO 27001 norm does not only focus on processes and procedures concerning information security actually being in place, but also on its compliance, controlling, testing and permanent improvement. Through yearly audits, Fuga guarantees its clients that they use the services of a public cloud provider that has incorporated standard procedures as quality insurance.

More info check our Certification page.

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