LegalRM, the creator of the iCompli information governance platform, proudly announces its successful achievement of global certification for ISO 27001.
ISO 27001 is the international standard for information security, and by addressing people, processes, and technology sets forth the requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining, and continually improving an information security management system.
Chris Giles, CEO and Founder of LegalRM, expressed his enthusiasm about this significant milestone: “We are thrilled to have attained ISO 27001 certification, which is a reflection of our unwavering dedication to robust security practices that protect our clients and partners. This accomplishment underscores our commitment to providing our clients with the utmost security and reliability in managing their critical information assets, giving them confidence that their data is being guarded in accordance with the most stringent international standards.”
Leading the charge during the certification process was Alex Plampin, LegalRM’s Vice President of Technology. Plampin shared insights into the company’s approach to achieving this certification: “Securing ISO 27001 certification was a meticulous and collaborative effort, and this accomplishment demonstrates our team’s dedication to maintaining the highest standards of information security and ensuring the confidentiality, integrity and availability of our client’s data.”
About iCompli, from LegalRM
iCompli, from LegalRM, is an intuitive information governance platform for risk-savvy law firms that want to manage the life cycle of their assets from a single, comprehensive application.
For numerous law firms across the world, iCompli simplifies and automates client file transfers, retention, disposition, and overall compliance of both physical and electronic assets from multiple information repositories, seamlessly and securely.
Plus, it delivers the most powerful physical records tracking database available on the market today. Firms have the option of using iCompli’s barcode tracking or RFID capabilities for managing physical records in conjunction with the system’s information governance features, all within a simple user interface.
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