ISO 27001 (ISMS) is the internationally recognised standard for the Information Security Management System of businesses. It applies to the processes that create and control the Information Security of an organisation. It prescribes systematic control of activities to ensure that the needs and expectations of customers are met.
-> Registration to ISO 27001 (ISMS) by an accredited certification body shows committed to quality, customers, and a willingness to work towards improving efficiency.
-> It demonstrates the existence of an effective quality management system that satisfies the rigours of an independent, external audit.
-> Mandatory Stage I & Stage II audits are carried out for all our clients.
-> An ISO 27001 (ISMS) certificate enhances company image in the eyes of customers, employees and shareholders alike.
-> It also gives a competitive edge to an organisation's marketing.
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AGQR Certifications only employs auditors that have empathy with this approach. They are also carefully allocated by their experience in the industry they are auditing. This results in a practical, meaningful audit, carried out in an air of mutual understanding. AGQR Certifications firmly believes that its audits should benefit the organisation that requests it, not be an intellectual exercise to 'please' the auditor.
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There are several common elements between these three systems, such as management review, document control, corrective action and the requirement for trained personnel. These can be integrated into a single, joint system or a combination of any of the above. Audit of joint systems is available and may be the best method for some companies
Integrated systems not only help organisations internally, by reducing duplication and providing a centralised document control system, but may also offer cost benefits for your third-party audit.