ISO 27001 Standard Certification

On 13th July 2017, following a two-phase audit (with a 6-month interval) conducted by LSTI, CDC Arkhinéo was issued a certificate of compliance with the NF ISO/CEI 27001: 2013 standard for the information security management system for the following activities: CDC Arkhinéo's Electronic Archiving Service (EAS).

The certification includes all of CDC Arkhinéo's sites.

ISO 27000 is a family of standards concerning information systems security. These standards are not specific to archiving systems but concern all information systems with security requirements.
ISO 27001 certification is a benchmark international standard that sets out Information Security Management System (ISMS) requirements.

The 2013 version of this standard includes 114 measures for certifying that the security of information systems is taken into account and guarantees the certified company’s commitment to ensuring the continuous improvement of its ISMS.

Obtaining this certification provides evidence not only of the compliance of the certified company’s security system but also of the skills and expertise of its staff in protecting critical information (and its clients’ data if the certified company is a service provider).