Allstar achieves International Information Security Management standard
The certification by the British Standards Institute (BSI) follows an extensive audit process of security policies and procedures.
Peter Bridgen, managing director at Allstar, commented: “This certification demonstrates our ongoing commitment to meeting global standards for information security. Achieving ISO 27001 shows how seriously we treat our customers’ information, giving them the assurance that the security policies and procedures we implement meet and exceed best practice. We are delighted to be the first and only UK fuel card provider to achieve this certification.”
ISO 27001:2013 is the best practice framework for information security that enables organisations to independently benchmark their security policies and procedures. The focus of the standard is on continually improving working practices.
Bridgen continued: “By benchmarking our polices against this independent, internationally recognised standard, our customers, suppliers and stakeholders can be assured that their information is secure with us. Allstar prides itself on providing a first class service proposition – in fact we are already the only fuel card provider to regularly publish our service levels against a Customer Charter – and this certification further demonstrates our commitment to deliver this.”