One of the ways that we keep our customers’ data secure is by implementing an Information Security Management System (ISMS). ISO 27001 provides a framework for us to manage information security including areas such as risk management, governance and supplier management across all Blue Chip sites and services covered by 113 controls. We’ve been meeting the requirements of ISO 27001 since 2007.
At Blue Chip, the customer is at the heart of everything we do, and we are always striving to further improve the quality of the services we provide. We use the ISO 9001 quality management system (QMS), to organise and continually improve our processes across the business, with an aim to provide our customers with exceptional service. We’ve been ISO 9001 certified since 1996.
As we’re committed to minimising our impact on the environment, we use ISO 14001 to make our day to day operations more sustainable. This standard provides a framework to guide us in optimising our processes, from procurement and storage to Data Centre management, to lessen their environmental effects. We first became ISO 14001:2004 certified in 2007 – find out more about our sustainability measures here.
Our customers rely on us to keep their critical IT running. There are many potential causes of business disruption, from extreme weather to an IT outage, and ISO 22301 involves identifying the threats that are relevant to an individual organisation and how they could impact critical business functions. This allows us to take a proactive approach, planning for potential threats so that in the event they do occur, we can keep critical functions going, minimising disruption during the incident.