Supply Wisdom Achieves ISO 27001 Certification
Written by John Bree
NEW YORK, NY, April 14, 2020 – Supply Wisdom, the industry leading continuous risk monitoring solution, announces its real-time third-party and location risk intelligence monitoring service has been assessed and registered by TNV as conforming to the requirements of ISO/IEC 27001: 2013.
Established by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), the ISO 27001 certification is a widely recognized international standard outlining best practices to establish and maintain an Information Security Management System (ISMS) designed to manage and control information security risks and protect information confidentiality, integrity, and availability. Certification requires the assessment of an organization’s information security management controls.
“Supply Wisdom’s accreditation of our Information Security Management Program further enhances our position as the leading provider of real-time, continuous and actionable risk intelligence. Cybersecurity is an evolving challenge and ISO 27001 ensures we manage the constant changes and growing security needs as technology advances and security practices are required to keep ahead of emerging threats,” said John Bree, Chief Evangelist and Chief Risk Officer at Supply Wisdom.
This independent evaluation demonstrates to Supply Wisdom’s subscribers, their commitment to compliance and security for the risk monitoring service and keeping information assets secure.
To learn more about ISO 27001 certification, visit ISO.org.
To learn how you can use Supply Wisdom to determine the cybersecurity vulnerability of your third parties, please see our Press Release.
About Supply Wisdom
Supply Wisdom is transforming the supply chain and third-party risk management space globally. Supply Wisdom solutions automate risk management for enterprises and deliver continuous third-party and location risk intelligence, risk monitoring and risk actions across the widest risk aperture to minimize the risks of disruption facing their business, supply chains and third parties.
Chief Evangelist and Chief Risk Officer,