Information security: EcoIntense earns the ISO/IEC 27001 certificate
March 28, 2018
EcoIntense GmbH becomes one of the first German providers of HSE software to obtain the ISO/IEC 27001 certification. The certificate was awarded by DQS GmbH after EcoIntense implemented an information security management system for its IT services, consulting, and online deployment of its EcoWebDesk software.
“Protecting customer data and ensuring IT security have been top priorities since our company was founded,” says Sebastian Mönnich, CEO of EcoIntense GmbH. “As a professional software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider, our goal is to ensure that our IT systems are always available and to continuously maintain the integrity and confidentiality of our data. This certification reinforces our commitment to treating information security as a continuous process within our company.”
One certificate, many advantages
The holistic approach of ISO/IEC 27001 ensures the management system is implemented at all hierarchy levels of service delivery. By incorporating information security into all company processes, the system helps to reduce risks, improve security, and support compliance. Companies that use the online solution for health and safety, environmental management, and sustainability enjoy a range of benefits. The use of a certified company’s software makes it easier to maintain or achieve a ISO/IEC 27001 certification. Moreover, the high standard of information security demonstrates, EcoIntense works to prevent spying, manipulation, and misuse of customer data.
Consistent security in the supply chain
EcoWebDesk’s SaaS package includes hosting at a certified high-security data center. Controlled access, air conditioning, redundant power and network connections, as well as encrypted data transmission, keep data optimally protected and secure. Constant monitoring of system performance and daily backups guarantee that data is highly available. The software’s reliability and data security have been confirmed by the Federal Association of the IT-Mittelstand. For example, EcoWebDesk has been awarded the “Software Made in Germany” and “Software Hosted in Germany” seal of approval.
EcoIntense has changed its name to Quentic in October 2018. As part of this change, the software EcoWebDesk has also been renamed Quentic.
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