Dilaco obtains ISO 27001 certificate

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) – known worldwide as the standard for information security – laid down a number of requirements with which a company’s information security policy must comply. These include the accessibility of information to authorized persons, the accuracy and completeness of information (processing) and the availability of this information. This certificate shows that Dilaco’s customer data is completely secured according to the rules.

“We are proud that the Dilaco team provides safe and reliable services to all our customers in the Benelux every day. Cyber security is a critical need for ever more companies, and this certification confirms that our safety procedures meet the highest standards. ISO ensures the standardization of internal workflows and the responsible and safe upscaling of our company. We are grateful to our Information Security Officer, Pitou, who has made this certification possible through her hard work and commitment. Having reached this milestone, the Dilaco team will advance on its path of continuous improvement and progress in our growth as a best-in-class IT services company in the heart of Europe.” – Jeff de Kleijn, CEO at Dilaco.

What does this mean for Dilaco customers?

The fact that Dilaco meets the ISO 27001 requirements, offers customers confidence that Dilaco meets the highest level of information security according to the ISO standard. It proves that, in addition to the conformity of its services, Dilaco also treats customer data carefully according to the rules of the privacy legislation.


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