announcing Enstoa’s ISO 27001: 2013 information security management certification

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Enstoa underwent a stringent third-party evaluation procedure, managed by the British Standards Institution (BSI), to become accredited. This process included a thorough evaluation of all levels of security management across the whole Enstoa business. This included everything related to how the business operated, from employee policies to the physical security of data to the safety of goods and services. Enstoa’s workers were deemed to be responsible and aware about best practises, according to BSI, who also determined that Enstoa has adopted an ongoing, systematic method for securing company and customer data.

Enstoa, Inc., the sole organisation committed to maximising the built environment’s financial performance, announced today that its information security management system has received ISO 27001:2013 Certification (ISMS). This accreditation demonstrates to clients that their data is secure by attesting that Enstoa has complied with the strictest international standards for maintaining the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of all information assets.

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  • Cram continued: “The key to this successful implementation was recognizing that information security is an integral part of our business, not an added burden. It’s embedded in our operations and decision-making processes, and this certification provides our clients with the peace of mind that we’re committed to controls to identify and reduce risks related to information.”

  • Jordan Cram, CEO of Enstoa, commented on this accomplishment and said: “Since information is a strategic asset, it is essential that data be secure and reliable. Enstoa will be able to continuously improve our strategy with the aid of ISO 27001:2013, a fantastic framework for managing and securing information, not just for the present but also for the future.”

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO), which has its headquarters in Switzerland, was established in 1947 as a voluntary, non-governmental organisation made up of members from 164 national standards bodies. It describes how to build up an ISMS to more efficiently manage and secure information assets. ISO 27001:2013 is a globally recognised standard for managing the security and hazards of information assets.

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About Enstoa

Enstoa, established in 2007, is the only business dedicated solely to accelerating digital transformation for the built environment. Through cutting-edge technology, decades’ worth of benchmarking data, industry-leading experience, and evidence-based change management, clients are given the tools they need to build and accomplish more. Even the most complicated projects and portfolios may achieve real digital transformation and 360° visibility thanks to Enstoa’s unmatched combination of solutions and talents. A diverse range of industries, including energy, healthcare, engineering and construction, public infrastructure, transportation, and manufacturing, are served by the company’s continuously expanding clientele.

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