The certification is awarded to companies and organizations that demonstrate a commitment to adhering to stringent information security standards. It follows an exhaustive audit of systems, policies, and processes at EQONEX, to ensure they are designed to protect, preserve and track how data across the organization is used. EQONEX is the first US-listed crypto company to achieve this certification.
ISO/IEC 27001:2013 (also known as ISO27001) is recognized globally for setting the international standard for Information Security Management Systems. The certification applies to the EQONEX cryptocurrency exchange, digital asset custodian Digivault, and asset manager Bletchley Park.
Jim Pollock, Chief Operating Officer at EQONEX Group, said: “At EQONEX, our focus on providing an institutional-grade platform demands that clients’ information is managed safely and securely. Therefore, we are pleased to receive independent confirmation that our information security framework is best practice. Today’s news gives our clients confidence they are transacting on a trusted and secure platform.”
Chris Ashe, Chief Technology Officer at EQONEX Group, said: “As a company with access to confidential client data, sensitive transaction information, and historical trading records, information security is critical. We are delighted to receive this independent accreditation.”
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