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Upgraded ISO 27001 and PCI DSS Certifications Demonstrate Continued Commitment to Data Security Practices

Jim Andersen

In 2013 we announced two major advancements in our data security practices when we expanded our Payment Card Industry – Data Security Standard 2.0 (PCI DSS) compliance certification to all of our facilities and achieved ISO/IEC 27001 Information Security Management System (ISMS) certification through BSI. Today we announced we’ve renewed and upgraded to the latest standards, ISO 27001: 2013 and PCI DSS 3.1.

In just a few short years the use of data in direct marketing, and specifically direct mail, has grown exponentially. Our ongoing investments in digital inkjet technology are a direct result of the power that strategic use of data brings to marketing campaigns. This is driving incredible success for our clients through 1-to-1 communications. Like gold in Fort Knox, data must be protected to the very best of our ability.

By its nature, a commitment to data security is an ongoing process and must be part of a company’s strategic plan and culture. There is no finish line, and you can’t rest once you’ve passed a strenuous certification audit. That’s why we conduct regular internal and external audits to assure compliance. It’s a demanding, but necessary, process. We’re proud of our team’s efforts to ensure we take the security of our clients’ data as seriously as they do.

You can read more about our thoughts on data security here. If you have any questions about our data security practices or would like to discuss our certifications in greater detail, please speak to your account executive or contact us and we would be happy to review it with you.

link https://www.iwco.com/blog/2015/07/28/upgrades-to-iso-27001-and-pci-dss-certifications/
Jim Andersen


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