Bristol UK, 25 November 2022 – Market Dojo, UK based SaaS procurement software provider, achieves widely recognised ISO/IEC 27001 security standard certification demonstrating the company’s ongoing commitment to information security.
“ISO27001 certification helps us to demonstrate our commitment to keeping our customers’ data safe,” said Market Dojo’s Chief Technology Officer, Nicholas Martin. “It is the culmination of many months of effort across the business, which in turn builds upon our years of experience with information security.”
The holistic approach of ISO/IEC 27001 means that the entire organisation, not just IT, is covered resulting in benefits to people, technology and processes. By gaining this certification, Market Dojo demonstrates to its stakeholders and customers that it is committed to managing information securely and safely.
The World Economic Forum’s Global Cybersecurity Outlook report indicates that cyber-attacks increased 125 % globally, with evidence suggesting a continued uptick into the future. The new and improved version of ISO/IEC 27001 addresses global cybersecurity challenges and digital trust by helping organisations secure their information assets. As the world’s best-known standard on information security management. ISO/IEC 27001 helps organisations secure their information assets which is crucial in today’s increasingly digital world.
About Market Dojo
Market Dojo helps procurement professionals worldwide solve inefficient sourcing and supplier management processes by digitising these activities quickly and easily. More flexible and cost-effective than legacy software and more effective than emails and spreadsheets, it empowers procurement professionals to control their costs, mitigate risk and centralise data. Unlike other software providers, Market Dojo provides transparent, on-demand pricing and can be entirely self-service. With free access, users can make informed decisions before they commit. To find out more, visit MarketDojo.com and follow Market Dojo on LinkedIn.
ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is the world’s largest developer and publisher of International Standards. ISO is a network of national standards bodies of 167 countries, with a Central Secretariat in Geneva, Switzerland. Learn more at iso.org
The IEC publishes around 10 000 IEC International Standards which together with conformity assessment provide the technical framework that allows governments to build national quality infrastructure and companies of all sizes to buy and sell consistently safe and reliable products in most countries of the world. IEC International Standards serve as the basis for risk and quality management and are used in testing and certification to verify that manufacturer promises are kept. Learn more at iec.ch