Paprika HQ achieve ISO 27001 and ISO 9001 certification
This year, one of Paprika’s largest global clients set our headquarters a challenge: to become ISO compliant. Our British colleagues got straight to work, having formed an ISO team to manage the project, we applied for the ISO 27001 (the information security standard) and ISO 9001 (the quality management standard).
Over the last 6 months, the UK office has been busy meeting the high standards set by ISO. “The whole team has worked very hard to ensure that devices were encrypted, unauthorised USB’s blocked, websites filtered, hardware assets lists updated, procedures documented and followed etc” says Richard Dolley, Paprika’s Technical Support Manager and one of the team members that led this project. In addition to a full review of IT security, Paprika’s entire business processes were mapped, checked and rigorously tested by ISO audit.
We’re happy to announce that Paprika UK received ISO 27001 and 9001 accreditation, just in time for Christmas. As a business, we’re dedicated to meeting the high standards set by the industry and we hope this accreditation offers ongoing reassurance to all our clients worldwide. This venture is ongoing and moving forwards there will be a constant review of security and management processes to ensure our products and services consistently meet our customer’s requirements, and that quality is consistently improved upon.
With special thanks to Paprika’s ISO team, who (on top of all their regular duties) have made this all possible: Liz Wood, HR Manager, Paprika; Beth Stickels, Product Development Manager, Paprika; Richard Dolley, Technical Support Manager, Paprika; and Tom Batterbury, Consultant, H B Associates.