Organizations have been facing allegations of data breaches, exchange of information, and misuse of it. Considering this, ISO/IEC 27001:2013 is being updated with continual improvement to avoid data breaches and put away hackers from the company’s private and precious information. Whereas, ISO 22301:2019 assist organizations in setting goals as a preventive measurement against disruptive events.
Xpertdox deserves warm congratulation from ISO Cert News to recognize these threats and qualifying as ISO/IEC 27001:2013. XpertDox uses advanced data analytics and proprietary natural language processing to structure, parse, and map information from multiple diverse data sources. Its proprietary search engine and mappings improve access to clinical trials and automate the medical coding process. XpertDox’s products include XpertCoding, XpertTrial, and XpertScreen. In addition to this, since Xpertdox is also certified as ISO 22301:2019 that means they are committed to their Business Continuity Management System. Being proactive, this standard brings continuity to the business of an organization in times of adversity. ISO 22301:2019 analyzes the impact of the risks, managing and treating those risks with calculative actions.
There should be a strong emphasis on protecting sensitive data in all businesses. Hackers are getting more sophisticated, and the tools they use to gain access to and breach secure information are improving. As a result of this heightened awareness, many businesses have instituted some type of control over their information security systems. Yet, their efficiency is highly dependent on the vigilance with which their application is watched. Companies that lack foresight tend to focus their security measures on isolated areas of information technology rather than on all of the company’s assets. The risk to these resources that are not IT-related increases as a result. ISO/IEC 27001:2013 was developed to address such concerns.
It might set you apart from the competition in a certain way and aids in marketing. Having ISO/IEC 27001:2013 and ISO 22301:2019 on your certification list makes you look more accountable and this accreditation can mean the difference between winning and losing a tender submission.