Adaptiva has achieved  ISO 27001 and ISO 27017 certifications for its software and cloud services. Adaptiva had to go through a third party audit of its people process and technology to achieve the certification.

For 27001, this means that its solutions have achieved a certain level of security. Customers can take some measure of confidence that the security has a level of validation. ISO 27017 relates to its cloud environments. It ensures that its cloud services meet a certain standard for security, cybersecurity and privacy.

Deepak Kumar, founder and CEO of Adaptiva, commented: “Adaptiva has always strived to maintain the highest standards of security and compliance in support of our many Global 2000 customers. We’re proud to receive the ISO 27001 and ISO 27017 certifications, which stand as a clear testament to our adherence to these standards. It will be more important than ever for Adaptiva to maintain these standards as we continue to scale and expand our solutions.”

Obtaining these certifications is not easy. SGS, one of the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company carried out the audit. What isn’t clear is how long the process took or what issues were highlighted in the initial audit SGS will have carried out as part of its process.

Enterprise Times: What does this mean

Adaptiva itself offers endpoint management solutions to organisations worldwide. It may come as a surprise that the business was not already certified. That they are now is a wise move. Endpoint solution providers often claim their solutions help organisations achieve ISO27001 certification. It is an interesting differentiator when considering vendors. Adaptive has now bridged that gap.

The announcement comes in the same week that BlackLine declared they had achieved ISO27001, and Plex, part of Rockwell Automation, renewed their certification. Is your vendor certified?


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