Aitken Spence IT division secures ISO 27001: 2005 certification

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Aitken Spence Information Technology division attained the International Organization for Standardization certification (ISO 27001: 2005), earning the prestigious accreditation after nearly a year of independent, external assessments.

The ISO 27001:2005 certification offers organizations with an internationally recognized, independently verified standard that showcases that a company is able to securely succeed information security, retaining confidentiality, integrity and availability of all data.

By being compliant with the ISO 27001: 2005 standard Aitken Spence Information Technology division has proven that it has its appropriate processes secured on the handling of its data and the data of its customers –ensuring that their critical information is both safe and readily accessible.

“As a diversified conglomerate we are well aware of the importance of Information Security and Audit role in an organization. It is important that we use technology to facilitate the growth and expansion of our businesses. It is vital for us to have the right practices embedded into our culture in protecting our stakeholder information assets.

I am confident this accreditation would be the first few steps of a long journey. I have high expectations and trust in the governance of information protection at Aitken Spence,” noted, Deputy Chairman and Managing Director of Aitken Spence, J.M.S. Brito congratulating the team’s achievement.

Vipula Gunatilleka, Chief Corporate Officer commenting on the achievement said “This certification is a true reflection of our commitment towards protecting the rights of our stakeholders and it endorses our commitment towards adopting and complying with the highest standards in information security to protect the confidentiality and integrity of data and information within Aitken Spence. Data and information is considered as the most valuable assets in a modern business and having the ISO certification would provide Aitken Spence with a tremendous advantage over and above our competitors.”

Aitken Spence PLC is among Sri Lanka’s leading and most respected corporate entities with operations in South Asia, the Middle East, Africa and South Pacific. It is an industry leader in hotels, travel, maritime services, logistics, power generation and printing, with a significant presence in plantations, financial services, insurance, information technology and apparel.

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