Van Ameyde’s IT company

(Zero)70 ISO 27001:2013 certified

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News & Blog News Van Ameyde’s IT company (Zero)70 ISO 27001:2013 certified

Van Ameyde’s IT company (Zero)70 ISO 27001:2013 certified

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Van Ameyde has announced the ISO 27001:2013 Information Security Management certification of its in-house IT company (Zero)70 IT Services. ISO 27001:2013 is an internationally recognised Information Security Management standard which ensures organisations can apply a framework to business processes to help identify, manage and reduce risks to information security. The certification is a direct response to the needs of Van Ameyde’s customers and partners in an environment of rapidly emerging cyber threats and evolving GDPR regulatory measures.

Photo: Michael Coster van Voorhout

Commenting on the announcement, (Zero)70’s Michael Coster van Voorhout, responsible for information security, states, “Securing ISO:27001:2013 certification is a clear demonstration of our posture towards information security and risk management. Benchmarking our security practices against this internationally recognised standard assures our customers and partners of our commitment to the resilience and quality of our services.”

ISO certification of its IT services is an integral part of Van Ameyde’s long term vision for security best practice. (Zero)70 has demonstrated its ownership towards data protection and continuous improvement of IT security.

(Zero)70 develops, implements and supports Van Ameyde’s IT systems, including Van Ameyde’s proprietary ECHO software platform for incident, claim and appraisal management and a range of SaaS functionality– as covered by the Scope of its ISO certification. The company implements SaaS functionality in the systems of Van Ameyde’s customers – insurers, brokers, captives, fleet managers and risk managers – to improve the efficiency and control of claims processes. (Zero)70 has offices in Lisbon (Portugal) and Rijswijk (the Netherlands).

Michael Akerboom

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