Lattice Achieves ISO 27001 Certification
Today Lattice announces it has obtained the prestigious ISO 27001 certification of its information security management system. ISO 27001 is the internationally recognized standard for certifying that a provider’s information security management system (ISMS) protects its information and that of its customers. The certification was performed by BrightLine, an ANAB accredited Certification Body based in the United States.
Technology decision-makers at companies of all sizes are increasingly holding SaaS providers like Lattice to higher standards, requiring accredited third-party audits and certifications to ensure they are truly enterprise-grade. This latest achievement demonstrates Lattice’s ongoing effort to set the standard for security and privacy in the predictive applications industry. Additional achievements include receiving the TRUSTe Privacy Seal, being US/EU Safe Harbor Certified, DigiCert Trusted and rated “Enterprise-ready” by Skyhigh CloudTrust™.
Comments on the News:
• “Security and privacy are extremely important to us at DocuSign,” said Meagen Eisenberg, vice president of demand generation at DocuSign. “To truly adopt predictive lead scoring, you have to take into account every kind of internal and external data. Knowing that Lattice’s applications meet the industry’s highest security and privacy standards was one of the reasons we selected them.”
• “ISO 27001 certification is a massive competitive differentiator for us,” said Walt Williams, head of security and privacy at Lattice. “Security and privacy are paramount to every one of our customers – from the largest commercial banks and enterprises to leading SaaS vendors and emerging high-growth companies. While there is no finish line when it comes to the security and privacy of our customers, we are proud to be setting the standard for our industry.”
Learn more about Lattice’s multi-layered approach to privacy at the Lattice Trust site.
About ISO 27001
ISO 27001 (ISO/IEC 27001) is a global security standard that sets out requirements for an Information Security Management System. In order to achieve the certification, a company must show it has a systematic and ongoing approach to managing sensitive company and customer information. Lattice is now recognized as fully compliant with the global security standard and has also established a formal program to maintain the certification.