First ISO 27001 certificate for OpusCapita
September 21, 2016
OpusCapita has been granted its first ISO 27001 certification executed by an independent audit and issued by certification body Bureau-Veritas. As part of the certification acceptance, OpusCapita finalized the deployment of its Information Security Management System according to the ISO 27001:2013 standard. The scope of the certification includes Document Management operations, Finance and Accounting operations, and IT support processes.
“This certification supports OpusCapita’s continuous commitment to providing high quality services and secure processes for our customers,” says Richard Humbach, Head of Corporate Development of OpusCapita. “It’s very encouraging for the team, who have worked hard to get us to this point.”
“Being granted this certificate for the first operation sites in our global information security management system is an important starting point for covering all our services and major operation sites,” says Mirosław Błaszczak, Head of OpusCapita Assurance Unit. “We fulfilled all the ISO standard requirements and we are now planning to expand this certification for all our services and major operation sites.”
OpusCapita digitalizes and automates purchasing, invoice handling and payments, as well as cash management and supplier financing. With 600 million annual transactions of which 200 million are electronic, we have the expertise to make buying and paying easier and more cost effective. You get end-to-end visibility, control and compliance of your spend and cash flow. In 2015 OpusCapita’s net sales were EUR 257 million and 2,100 professionals were serving 8,000 customers in 54 countries. Founded in 1984, OpusCapita is headquartered in Espoo, Finland and is a fully owned subsidiary of Posti Group Corporation. To learn more, please visit www.opuscapita.com.
About ISO 27001
ISO 27001 is an international standard recognized around the world for Information Security Management Systems. Standard ISO 27001 provides a comprehensive list of control goals and safeguards for Information Systems, outlining how to continually improve an organization’s information security management systems and provide better protection for information assets.
To learn more, please visit International Organization for Standardization.
For further information, please contact:
Mirosław Błaszczak, CISA – Head of Assurance Unit, tel. +48 502 777 412 firstname.lastname@example.org
Pellervo Hämäläinen, Communications Manager Tel. +358 40 674 52 57, email@example.com