Demand response aggregator REstore has obtained a global ISO 27001 certificate for Information Security. In this sponsored post, the firm says ISO27001 accreditation highlights its position as an international market leader in high-tech, secure demand response technology, and assures Transmission System Operators (TSOs) and industrial and commercial companies that their information assets are managed in accordance with the strictest international standards.
Jan-Willem Rombouts, co-founder and co-CEO at REstore, comments: “We believe Information Security should be a top priority for any player in the Industrie 4.0 and Internet-of-Things space. REstore’s cloud-based platform Flexpond is connected to partners who are highly sensitive to Information Security: TSOs on the one hand, and large industrial power consumers on the other. The ISO 27001 certification of Flexpond, is the proof to our stakeholders that REstore is the trusted partner in demand response, providing security leadership across the entire demand response sector.”
“The ISO 27001 certificate helps a data-driven organisation such as REstore to keep information assets secure through implementation of clear security policy. It proves that REstore applies the highest standards to managing the security of information entrusted to us by industrial consumers or utilities, as well as internal confidential information,” continues Tom Rigole, vice-president IT engineering at REstore, “ISO 27001 sets the global standard for organisations seeking to set up an information security management system.”
REstore chose to implement the ISO 27001 standard in order to benefit from the strictest international standards and to offer a stamp of approval to the rapidly growing number of clients who are connected to REstore’s data-driven software platform Flexpond.
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