Galilee Solicitors announces that they have achieved ISO 27001 certification, demonstrating their commitment to protecting sensitive client information and maintaining the highest standards of information security.
ISO 27001 is internationally recognised as the leading certification for information security and management systems. By achieving ISO 27001, Galilee Solicitors has demonstrated that it has implemented a robust system for identifying, assessing, and managing the risks associated with its information assets and that they have established policies, procedures, and controls to protect client data and other sensitive information from unauthorised access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification, or destruction.
“Now more than ever, the ability to provide our customers with peace of mind when it comes to the protection of their confidential information is paramount,” said Simon Duke, Managing Partner of Galilee Solicitors.
“At Galilee, we are a digital-first law firm and as such, it is our responsibility to ensure that the digital solutions we create, such as KWIL, to streamline the Australian mortgage process maintain the highest standard of information security.”
“As we continue to see the digital transformation of our sector, certifications such as ISO 27001 should be considered mandatory to minimise the exposure of continued threats industry faces from cyber-attacks. Not all solutions created for the Australian mortgage industry are made the same and at Galilee, we want to demonstrate to our customers and the broader industry that our solutions are not putting them, nor their customers at increased risk,” says Duke.
Galilee Solicitors is committed to providing its clients with the highest level of service, and this certification reflects our dedication to the security and privacy of clients' data. This certification also means that our clients can trust that we have implemented best practices in information security management and that we are committed to maintaining and continuously improving our operations.
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