Trafalgar House, the pensions administration specialist, has today announced it has achieved ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification. The certification and audit were performed by the BSI (British Standards Institution), the national standards body of the United Kingdom. The certification means Trafalgar House has demonstrated its expertise and commitment to information security management.
The certification testifies that an organisation has formally adopted a broad set of best practices for information security, and confirms an ongoing commitment to the safeguarding, confidentiality, and high availability of services.
Garry Wake, Managing Director at Trafalgar House, commented: “In a world of growing digital communication and financial data, it’s never been more important to demonstrate our commitment to maintaining the trust and confidence of our clients and their members in our ability to keep their information safe. The accreditation proves we are operating in a cohesive and sustainable manner that highly values security and is compliant with an internationally recognised standard.
“As administration moves towards on-the-go member access, a greater reliance on technology and the more widespread adoption of remote working, it’s never been more important to demonstrate the effectiveness of our organisational practices. We will continue to lead the way in advancing our security processes and to raise the bar of what a secure and reliable administration service can achieve. We know clients value this development and we’re very proud to add this certification to our assurance framework.”