What is ISO Certification?
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) develops specifications for products, services, systems, and procedures by which they can measure their level of excellence. The ISO is an independent organization, but their membership of over 160 national standards bodies contains such a high level of expertise that their publications influence standards all over the world. A company cannot be considered truly standardized until it has earned its ISO Certification. To measure up to best practice, Coronation Registrars have decided to be ISO 27001 and 22301 (Information Security Management System and Business Continuity Management System) certified.
The continuous development of technology brought a lot of advantages to companies all over the world, but also acted as highly attractive bait for attackers trying to get unauthorized access to these advanced technological systems.
Here is where the information security management systems (ISMS) standard ISO 27001 comes in for Coronation Registrars. The ISO 27001 standard defines the requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining, and continually improving an information security management system within the context of our business.
As an international standard for Business Continuity Management System, the ISO 22301 is designed to protect, reduce the likelihood of occurrence, prepare for, respond to, and recover from disruptive incidents when they arise. With a Business Continuity Management System, Coronation Registrars is prepared to detect and prevent threats. Being certified against ISO 22301 will give us the power of providing a premium level of services to our shareholders no matter the circumstances.
ISO 22301 affords you the ability to secure data backups, minimize major losses and maximize the recovery time of critical functions. ISO 22301 will enhance our knowledge and skills and will ensure we adopt on best practices in the management of business continuity. This will improve our ability to analyze and make decisions in the context of business continuity management.