TDI, the strategic advisory and risk intelligence firm, today announced it has been awarded the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification, demonstrating the company’s ongoing commitment to information security best practices. ISO 27001 is a widely known standard that provides requirements for an information security management system (ISMS), enabling organizations to manage the security of corporate and client data.
The certification followed a comprehensive audit of TDI’s information security management system by the British Standards Institution (BSI).
“The ISO 27001 certification is part of our commitment to our clients, partners, and employees,” said David Fisher, President of TDI. “While information security has always been a key focus for TDI, achieving the certification validates our processes and helps us maintain our strong commitment to protect the confidentiality of client information.”
TDI will continually improve its information security practices well beyond certification as the company rolls out additional services and SaaS products in the near future. Scott Markle, Head of IT at TDI, says, “Just because we have passed this hurdle doesn’t mean we are going to let up. The processes we implemented prior to ISO certification provide us with a solid foundation and the opportunity to further increase our security posture beyond basic best practice.”