WoodWing Software awarded with ISO/IEC certification

Received certification for ISMS in relation to the design, development, deployment, support, hosting and security

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WoodWing Software awarded with ISO/IEC certification.

WoodWing, delivering content orchestration solutions and services globally, has achieved ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification for its Information Security Management System (ISMS) in relation to the design, development, deployment, support, hosting and security of all software products delivered as a service.

Established by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), 27001 is a comprehensive security management standard that specifies a set of best practices and controls. Receiving the ISO 27001 certificate proves that WoodWing meets these high standards. The certification and extensive audit process were performed by BSI Group.

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We are extremely proud to receive our ISO 27001 certification. In today’s digital world where hacking and phishing attempts are daily news, the protection of customer data and the security and reliability of online systems is of the utmost importance. After going through a rigorous certification process, we are delighted that our commitment to client security has been recognized with this respected industry certificate.” said Amanda Rasch, chief technical officer at WoodWing.

“Our cloud-based tools for content production and digital asset management support many of the largest publishers, brands and agencies in the world. This certification confirms that we are a reliable and solid partner for all our customers. It is also an important milestone for us and the team as we continue to grow; cyber risks don’t stand still and neither will WoodWing’s security measures,” said Ross Paterson, chief executive officer at WoodWing.

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