99x Achieves ISO 27001:2022 Certification

99x announces its successful achievement of the ISO 27001:2022 certification, a globally recognized standard for Information Security Management Systems (ISMS). This accreditation underscores 99x’s unwavering commitment to ensuring the highest standards of information security, maintaining the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of data across all its operations.

The ISO 27001:2022 certification is a testament to 99x’s dedication to protecting sensitive information, both its own and that of its clients. This certification validates that 99x has implemented robust and comprehensive security measures to manage and safeguard information, ensuring the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of critical data.

Mano Sekaram, Founder and CEO of 99x expressed his enthusiasm about the achievement, stating, “Securing our information assets has always been a top priority for us. Achieving the ISO 27001:2022 certification is a significant milestone that reflects our commitment to the highest standards of information security. This accomplishment not only demonstrates our dedication to protecting our clients’ data but also positions 99x as a trusted partner in the industry”.

The ISO 27001:2022 standard emphasizes a risk-based approach to information security, requiring organizations to identify and address potential threats proactively. This aligns perfectly with 99x’s proactive approach to mitigating risks and ensuring the resilience of its information security framework.

Senior Director – Compliance and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) of 99x, Chaminda Vithanage highlighted the importance of ISO 27001:2022 in the company’s cyber security strategy, stating, “As the threat landscape evolves, it is crucial for organizations to stay ahead of potential risks. The ISO 27001:2022 certification provides a robust framework that allows us to identify, assess, and manage information security risks systematically. This certification not only validates the effectiveness of our current security measures but also sets a foundation for continuous improvement in our information security practices”.

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