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Eclipse secures ISO 27001 certification for safeguarding data

Posted 1 November 2021 · Add Comment

Electronic security integration innovators Eclipse Digital Solutions have achieved ISO 27001:2017 certification, confirming their commitment to keeping customer data safe.

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The certification, which is in addition to others currently held by the company including ISO 9001:2015 and Cyber Essentials, was gained following a rigorous audit by an independent UKAS certification body.

As Eclipse handle customer data and intellectual property daily, it is imperative that clients have confidence in the company’s information processes.

Alan Drinkwater, managing director, said: “Everyone at Eclipse takes security as a personal responsibility and is dedicated to upholding the trust of our valued clients across the UK. Gaining ISO 27001 certification will reassure customers that we follow best practice when it comes to the security of any kind of digital information.”

Eclipse standards manager Maya Bull explained that ISO 27001 is recognised to help organisations implement, operate, monitor, maintain and improve their information security management system.

Daren Wood, head of sales and marketing, added: “We have a duty to constantly review the way we operate and gaining ISO 27001 is an example of how we are continually striving to keep client information safe.

“Our clients across a wide range of sectors have always been able to trust the bespoke, innovative and cost-effective systems we deliver, and this latest certification is testament to the way we place them at the heart of our business.”

Based in Warrington and Melton Mowbray, Eclipse are among the finalists in this year’s prestigious Security and Fire Excellence Awards, to be held in London on November 23. The company’s shortlisted submission in the Security Project of the Year category is a C-UAV project on a CNI site.



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