Securing ISO/IEC 27001:2022 Certification: A Milestone in Trundl’s Commitment to Information Security

Trundl is ISO IEC 27001-2022 Certified

We’re thrilled to announce our recent achievement: ISO/IEC 27001:2022 certification!

This internationally recognized standard for information security management systems (ISMS) provides a systematic approach to managing sensitive company information, ensuring its confidentiality, integrity, and availability.

Embracing Excellence

By adhering to this standard, we can properly handle information security to protect our clients, employees, partners, and stakeholders. This rigorous certification process took months of planning and coordination, but the need to safeguard sensitive information is a serious responsibility and maintaining robust security measures is non-negotiable for us.

“For Trundl, ISO/IEC 27001:2022 certification is fundamentally about our commitment to protect all data assets, put in place a framework to prevent breaches, or, in the event of one, mitigate exposure as much as possible. By keeping this certification, we will annually demonstrate our investment in security and data protection,” said Patrick Howell, Co-CEO of Trundl.

This certification serves as a testament to our dedication to excellence in information security and providing our clients with the assurance that their data is in safe hands.

Security Stakes are High

Since the pandemic pushed more activity online, an increase of headline-grabbing security breaches reverberate across the industry and serve as sobering reminders of what’s truly at stake.

An example that springs to mind is from 2021 and involves a string of vulnerabilities affecting Microsoft Exchange Server, one of the most widely used email and collaboration platforms in the world. Cybersecurity experts uncovered security loopholes that once exploited, enabled unauthorized access to email accounts and sensitive data, paving the way for widespread information theft, email tampering, and the deployment of malware within compromised networks. Despite Microsoft’s prompt release of emergency patches to address these vulnerabilities, attackers capitalized on automated tools to scour the internet for vulnerable Exchange servers. In addition to being alarming, this also highlights how quickly cyber threats can spread across today’s interconnected digital landscape.

As a company committed to the highest standards of information security, our ISO/IEC 27001:2022 certification underscores our proactive approach to mitigating such risks. By adhering to this stringent framework, we continuously evaluate and hone our security measures, ensuring that our clients can trust us to protect their data amidst evolving cyber threats.

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