Gallagher announces ISO 27001 certification

Issue 3 2022 News, Access Control & Identity Management

Gallagher has announced it has achieved ISO 27001 accreditation; the leading international standard focused on information security.

The ISO 27001 standard ensures organisations protect their information in a systematic and efficient way, through a robust and comprehensive Information Security Management System (ISMS).

“Achieving this certification further demonstrates to our channel partners and customers around the world that we are committed to ensuring the delivery of robust and industry-leading security solutions which protect and safeguard the data of each and every one of them,” says Greg Barclay, chief operating officer at Gallagher.

The certification verifies Gallagher’s outstanding safeguards in three critical areas, including confidentiality, integrity and authorised availability of all key data and information. Achieving the standard is a detailed and comprehensive process that requires a dedicated approach to all aspects of an organisation’s processes in and around their ISMS.

The ISO 27001 certification is the latest in a long list of key accreditations Gallagher has achieved in recent years. As Barclay goes on to note, “We are proud to deliver solutions that meet government and industry compliance standards and certifications around the world. This is an essential part of our customer offering and commitment to protect what matters most.”


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