Odessa has received ISO 27001:2013 certification, the most stringent standard in global information security management.
The ISO 27001:2013 certification process requires the implementation of 114 different controls across 14 categories with the goal of managing sensitive information and related security measures. It involves putting in place various controls to prevent, detect and correct security risks. An organization’s ability to successfully achieve this level of information security management hinges on a combination of people, processes and applications working in synchronization to securely manage information.
“Given the industry that we operate in and our client base, information security is paramount,” said Jay Mehra, Chief Operating Officer. “The ISO certification reinforces our commitment to meeting global standards in all our processes, especially around risk mitigation and information security.”