Infobip touts data protection certification
Infobip, a global provider of mobile messaging and payments services, this week announced it has been credited with the ISO/IEC 27001:2005 certification for data protection. In addition, the company has achieved the ISO 9001:2008 standard, demonstrating an ongoing commitment to provide its global customer base with a secure, top-performing messaging and payments platform, according to a press release.
The joint certifications follow Infobip's investment of €1.8 million in the past six months to ensure it remains at the cutting edge of information security and consistent technical performance, according to the announcement. The investment will also help guarantee that Infobip continues to meet stringent data protection requirements as the company upgrades its service portfolio and expands its client-facing, real-time analytics and reporting capabilities.
Infobip's €1.8 million investment to enhance security was also preceded by an earlier investment of several million euros to upgrade the company's infrastructure.
ISO 27001 is internationally recognized as one of the leading information security standards, while ISO 9001 is concerned with ensuring a consistently high level of service quality.
"These two new certifications are the latest in a long list of security and service quality milestones reached by Infobip in recent months. By achieving these ISO standards we have demonstrated our ongoing commitment to provide a trusted and reliable service," Silvio Kutic, CEO at Infobip, said in a statement. "This latest investment will maintain our position at the forefront of information security, ensuring we continue to meet the current, and future, expectations of our customers and partners."
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