Bright Box, a global vendor of solutions for the connected car industry, announced today that an independent audit of its compliance with ISO/IEC 27001:2013, one year from its original certification has confirmed the firm’s recertification for another year-long period. ISO/IEC 27001:2013 information security certification is one of the most widely recognized and internationally accepted information security standards issued by external auditors — by the BSI (British Standards Institution).
SO/IEC 27001:2013 certification confirms Bright Box commitment of compliance with the requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining and improving information security management within the organization. Additionally, it considers risk assessment and treatment risk with respect to information security. The certificate is awarded to organizations that meet the highest international standards, as developed by the ISO, an independent, non-governmental international organization.
For the achievement of certification Bright Box successfully completed supervisory the audit by conducting comprehensive internal audits and risk assessments to ensure that all required controls were in place. The independent audit was performed by the BSI (British Standards Institution).
“For us as Connected Car company, this certification shows that we seek to minimize security risks for vehicle owners. The extension of such certification testifies to the continuous improvement of information security in the company because the requirement for improvement is laid down in the standard ISO 27001. Information security is one of the important areas for us that should be given a sufficient amount of time and resources”, said Bright Box CEO Ivan Mishanin.