Aranca Earns the ISO 27001:2013 Certification
Published on 25 Jul, 2014
Aranca, a global provider of customized research and analytics, has earned the ISO 27001:2013 certification for its Information Security Management System (ISMS) at its global delivery center in Powai, Mumbai, India
London: July 25, 2014: Aranca, a global provider of customized research and analytics, is proud to announce it is now certified as ISO 27001:2013 compliant for its Information Security Management System (ISMS) at its global delivery center in Powai, Mumbai, India. A widely accepted international standard for ISMS, ISO 27001 directs how to secure digital information and avoid instances of theft and data loss.
- Certification Category: ISO 27001:2013
- Certificate Number: 12173
- Expiry Date: July 2, 2017
- Certification Scope: ISMS for information assets and processes
- Examining Institute: ISOQAR India
Madhusudan Rajagopalan, Director, Aranca said “The ISO 27001 certification confirms Aranca is following internationally accepted best practices in information security. This certification has helped us streamline the due diligence process many of our clients demand on a regular basis. It also demonstrates to our customers that we have built an audit-ready Information Security Management System they can trust.”
Talking about the information security policies at Aranca, Srinivas Macha, CIO and Senior Vice President, Aranca said “We wanted to measure ourselves against the world’s most widely accepted security management framework. We also wanted an objective third-party assessment on the systematic way we manage sensitive company and client information. With this certification, we have achieved that.”
The certification reaffirms that Aranca adheres to the standard ISO information security management protocols and best practices at their global delivery center at Powai in Mumbai, India.