There are a lot of certifications and standardization policies like ISO 27001, ISO 9001, SAS 70 (ISAE 3402), NEN 7510 (healthcare) and PCI DSS (Payment). Some of these certifications prove that the company has policies in place and that they comply to these policies. But what are these policies? Are they complete? Do they make sense?
Most customers assume that the certification itselve is a proof of high quality. Most certifications do not expect a high level of quality, they mainly expect the certified company to comply to their policies. Your supplier may connect his entire network through a single E-tech soho router and they would have all the certificates you can think of as long as they have written it in their policies.
Some of our leads and customers ask us about which certification we have. We believe that they should not be asking for the stamp, but for our policies. So here they are. We want to be transparent about how we feel about security, privacy and general 'good practice'. We feel that these policies say more than the certificat some highpriced accountant signed.
If you have any questions regarding our policies, don't hesitate to contact us.
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