Milaha, the leading provider of Maritime and Logistic Services in the Middle East, has yet again received International recognition by obtaining the “ISO 27001” certification, in recognition of the quality of its Information Security Management System. Intertek, the leading Total Quality Assurance provider to various industries worldwide, has certified Milaha, as compliant with all of the “ISO / IEC 27001: 2013” certification requirements; the international standard from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).
Established by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), the International standard requires the certification of an organization’s information security management controls for areas such as data security, risk management, and business continuity. The certification extends to every level of an organization’s IT infrastructure stack, including asset management, access control, human resource security, and application security.
Obtaining the “ISO 27001” standard, confirms that “Milaha” has the requisite information security controls in place to protect Clients, Employees and Stakeholders data. knowing that the certification is awarded only to the companies that can meet the International standard as judged by an independent, qualified team of Auditors, after a wide and comprehensive series of auditing and evaluating the Information Security Management System used by the company and its compliance with the International standard.
“Obtaining the “ISO 27001”, confirms the effectiveness of our information security management systems, hence protecting the data of our Clients, Employees and Stakeholders”, said Mr. Abdulrahman Essa Al-Mannai, President and CEO of Milaha Group.
“We are committed to provide our services in compliance with the highest international standards and practices including in the fields of Information Security Management, assuring the highest degree of confidence in the stability of security and data protection”, he added.