How ISO 27001 Provides Cyber Security for the Banking Industry?
The amount of data stored electronically today is overwhelming, and that figure is only going to increase over time. Unfortunately, with the increase in cyber data comes the increase of cyber attacks. Hackers are a constant threat to any industry that utilizes technology. ISO 27001 is an information security management standard that provides organizations of any size and industry a framework for securing and protecting confidential and sensitive data.
The banking industry, in particular, can benefit from an ISO 27001 certification. Banks collect a great deal of personal information from their clients, and with the switch to electronic data storage, that information is more so at risk. It’s an obvious target for cyber hackers; a one-stop shop for information on credit, social security, and more. Because of this risk, clients are drawn to organizations that can provide information security, and especially drawn to organizations that can prove their commitment.
An ISO 27001 is the proof organizations need to set themselves apart from the competition. It identifies and alleviates information security risks, guards confidential information, and lets your clients know that you value their confidentiality. In the likely event that further regulations are put on the banking industry in the future, your organization will be more prepared to adapt with an ISO 27001 certification.
Organizations of any industry and size can benefit from an ISO 27001 certification. Banking organizations can assure their clients that they care for their safety and confidentiality by taking every precaution necessary through ISO 27001. Contact Perry Johnson Registrars, a full-service registrar that carries multiple international accreditations, at (248) 358-3388 for additional details on how we can help you achieve an ISO 27001 certification, and protect your company’s brand.