8 Aug, 2018
ISO Quality Services Ltd is delighted to add a new standard to its portfolio.
Following on from GDPR, the buzzword (or acronym) of 2018, the Personal Information Management Standard (BS 10012), enables organisations to carefully control the personal data they hold and protect themselves against costly and embarrassing data losses. It outlines the core requirements to consider when collecting, storing, processing, retaining or disposing of personal records, whether relating to customers or employees.
Jennifer Appleton, MD of ISO Quality Services Ltd, said “BS 10012 is to personal data what ISO 9001 is to quality. This is the standard of choice for any organisation determined to demonstrate that it recognises the value of personal data and has stringent measures to protect it. BS 10012 certification will enhance any company’s reputation and inspire trust within its customers and staff. It is also GDPR compliant.”
Jennifer adds, “We’ve partnered with fellow risk management specialists, Risk Evolves, so we can offer this certification to our customers. This standard will be of particular interest to any SMEs who operate in the B2C market and to larger companies who sell to the public and/or have a sizable workforce. Existing customers will be pleased to hear it has a similar structure to other ISO standards. Its Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle will be familiar to anyone who operates ISO 9001 and the use of Annex SL allows BS 10012 to be integrated into an existing management system.”
For more information, visit www.isoqsltd.com/bs10012
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