Press Release: Managed IT Service provider, ITVET Ltd, achieve ISO22301:2019 for Security and Resilience in Business Continuity Management.
ITVET Ltd have been awarded ISO22301:2019 certification for Security and Resilience in Business Continuity Management (BCM). This certification signifies ITVET’s continued commitment to assure the safety and quality of mission critical services to the retail, property, pharmaceutical and human resources sectors, at a time of significant ongoing concern for businesses globally.
To meet the criteria, ITVET were required to conduct an in-depth review of all critical activities; mapping risks and their impact and creating a comprehensive Business Continuity Plan (BCP). This included a full supply chain review,ensuring that all partners compliant. Accomplishing ISO22301 secures our supply chain, along with our hosted software, communications platforms, DNS records, financials, facilities, and staff. It enables an improved response to unexpected and disruptive incidents, by documenting and preparing for response – securing our unparalleled service to our customers.
The continuous improvement system aligns our ethos with our procedures and provides a foundation to ensure we propel forward our goals to lead the way in the IT managed service sector.
Richard Fountain, Managing Director, commented:
“We are delighted that we have just achieved ISO accreditation for ISO22301 Business Continuity Planning (BCP). As a provider of essential, mission critical technology services we have always placed BCP at the forefront of everything we do and gaining the ISO22301 further underlines the quality and resilience of the services we provide.
We are proud of the hard work and commitment of all our colleagues in helping us consistently achieve, but also surpass the standards required to be accredited by the scheme.
Covid-19 has already created significant challenges for our customers, and we want to make sure that we are offering the highest standards of service possible to ensure that we are able to mitigate risk by ensuring that their IT provisions are safe and secure. “
This is the first in a programme of accreditations which aims to ensure the highest standards of quality and safety in the provision of services to clients. We are now working towards ISO27001:2017 Information security standard, and ISO9001:2015 Quality management standard, which we aim to achieve by the end of 2020.