Sims Recycling confirms ISO 27001 certification for Noida facility
Category: #business  | By Nikita Chaurasia  | Date: 2019-12-07 |
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Sims Recycling confirms ISO 27001 certification for Noida facility

SRS clients will be assured about the secure management of their IT and electronic assets by the information security management standard

Sims Recycling Solutions (SRS), provider of IT asset disposition (ITAD) and electronics recycling, was recently certified the ISO 27001:2013 at the Noida facility, India. SRS is reportedly certified ISO 27001 in several countries like Germany, Poland, the United Kingdom, the United States, Czech Republic, Netherlands and Singapore. SRS clients are assured by the information security management standard about the secure management of their electronic and IT assets.

Apparently, the ISO 27001 standard has suggested a set of requirements for all the organizations for the maintenance of the control of information security. The system comprises an approach to manage data while making sure that the processes are able to meet requirements for data security.

The operational approach of SRS prioritizes security and uses the global standard to make sure that all the facilities worldwide will stick to the same security protocols constantly.

SRS’ global vice president, Sean Magann commented that the company will continue to roll out the ISO 27001 certification all through its worldwide operations owing to a sturdy framework to track, monitor and measure its information security associated with the protection of SRS company data and its clients.

Magann further added the company is able to build on its existing systems and constantly improves every time it runs through the process of reviewing its internal security controls across a new region.

Sims Recycling Solutions (SRS) essentially specializes in offering resourceful solutions to be able to manage different streams for retired components, metals and equipment. SRS plays a significant role to help the local, national and global firms to maintain the current technology shifts by responsibly and securely managing the disposition of all the IT equipment and recycling electronic products.  

SRS works with some major cloud companies and businesses to help offer periodic decommissioning of the older data center equipment and the companies which shall close their corporate data centers as work moves to the cloud.

 

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