Technological and process innovation makes organisations more efficient, streamlined and competitive because they can automate their production processes and set up more connections with external services. In this scenario, it is essential to efficiently and preventively manage any potential risk at every level of the product and services supply chain and lifecycle.
Certification of information security management systems (ISO/IEC 27001), service management systems (ISO/IEC 20000) and business continuity management systems (ISO 22301) define the organisational models of the ICT infrastructures, one of the most substantial investments for organisations that intend to expand their business.
Certification of security management systems (ISO 28000) ensures instead that organisations have in place a correct management of risks related to security.
- demonstrate the organisation's commitment to effective security management
- reduce management costs and improve process efficiency
- ensure efficiency and/or effectiveness of the actual management system and compliance with legal and contractual requirements
- maximise investments and strengthen the corporate image
- measure process performance to improve ROI on information investments.