Internationally recognized standard on Information Security. By complying with them, organizations achieve best practices for keeping information protected and in a secure environment.
- Reduces the risk of information loss, theft, and corruption in its handling within organizations.
- Continuous review and periodic controls of the risks to which customers are exposed. Risks are identified according to ISO standards.
- A methodology is established thanks to which information security can be managed in a clear and concise manner.
- Security measures are implemented so that customers, employees and suppliers can access information in a secure and controlled manner.
- It obliges external audits to be carried out periodically. This allows the identification of any incidents that may occur in the Information Security Management System, thus promoting continuous improvement in the organization on a regular basis. The company is a living being that evolves, and therefore, year after year, information systems, technologies, people, and all types of assets are updated to adapt to the current and future needs of the company.
- Having an ISMS gives the organization a guarantee to customers, strategic partners, and suppliers since it shows the company as an organization concerned about the confidentiality, integrity, and security of the information that is deposited and managed in it.
- Provides continuity of operation and service as normal or as soon as possible in the event of major problems such as ransomware attacks, phishing, exploits, etc. So that the company can resume operations without loss of information or with the minimum possible and acceptable losses.
- It can be integrated jointly with other Standard Management Systems such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and ISO 45001, among others.
- Ensures that the organization complies with current legislation on the processing of personal data and information and intellectual property.
- It optimizes the operation of information processes and, therefore, its compliance implies a reduction in costs.
- It generates optimal processes and procedures, offering guarantees about what should be done, how it should be done, and who interacts in each situation.
- Being part of an organization committed to information security contributes to improving staff motivation.
- It is an investment for the future that implies a competitive advantage and a power of distinction for the company against the competition, since having an ISMS gives greater reputation and image at national and international level that will increase the confidence of customers and suppliers.