Your Property Portfolio Data Is Now Even More Secure with ISO 27001

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Ensuring the security of your property portfolio data is paramount to us at Re-Leased. We realize the significant trust you place in our software to manage your property business operations globally. That's why we are thrilled to announce that we have achieved ISO 27001 certification—a testament to our unwavering commitment to data protection and information security.

 

Understanding ISO 27001 and Its Importance

What is ISO 27001? The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is a prestigious, independent body that creates globally recognized standards for quality, safety, and efficiency. ISO 27001, part of the wider ISO 27000 family, focuses specifically on information security. It mandates that organizations maintain a robust Information Security Management System (ISMS), which encompasses a comprehensive approach to managing sensitive corporate information, governing HR processes, and securing IT systems.

 

What ISO 27001 Certification Means for Our Customers

Gaining ISO 27001 certification assures you, our valued customer, with several key benefits:

  • Your property portfolio data is rigorously safeguarded.
  • We continuously identify, mitigate, and manage security risks.
  • Our systems and operational protocols comply with the uppermost standards of IT security, signalling compliance with various other regulations.
  • Re-Leased is fostering a security-first corporate culture.

 

"We're completely paperless and streamlined now with security, as it's all stored safely in the cloud."

Daniel Brick, Director, De Groot Property 

 

Find out more about the way we secure your data here.

 

Our security-first approach has been integral since inception, and acquiring ISO 27001 is a critical milestone that underscores our dedication to protecting what's important to you. For more insights into the extensive measures we take to secure your data, please visit our security page.

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