SECFORCE achieves ISO27001:2005

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SECFORCE has been accredited to ISO27001:2005 by the British Assessment Bureau.

SECFORCE’s Operations and Commercial Director Sam Temple said:

"This marks an important milestone for us in security management. It is one thing to strive to operate in a secure manner, but fantastic to have it confirmed by a respected external auditing body. Having achieved ISO27001 will not mean that we can relax about our security though, although we can be confident that the systems and procedures put in place are effective now, we will continue to invest effort in to this area to ensure that they remain so."

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SECFORCE handles confidential information in a daily basis. This achievement contributes to ensure that our client’s information is kept secure.

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