Premier Communication Electronics (PCE) has been awarded ISO 27001:2013 certification to recognise the company’s best practice competence in managing assets, such as financial information and intellectual property.
The ISO 27001:2013 is a family of stringent standards from UKAS that also cover employee details and any information entrusted to PCE by a third party, such as a customer.
PCE has been recognised for its information security diligence when supplying, installing and maintaining communications equipment to businesses and public sector organisations, such as the blue lights services.
CEO Karen Langley said: “Not only does the ISO 27001:2013 mean that have the recognised ability to identify any potential risks within our information security management system and can put controls in place to manage or reduce them, but we can also gain the trust of potential customers in that they know their information and equipment will be safe with us.
“The latter benefits means that we can demonstrate compliance, meet more tender expectations and therefore be able to gain status as a preferred supplier. This will become more critical for our growing business as we strive to deliver more communications solutions both the private and public sector.”