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Category: ISO 27001

Navigating the Pros and Cons of ISO 27001 Certification in the UK: A Mark1 Systems Perspective

In today’s data-driven world, organisations are increasingly concerned with protecting their sensitive information and maintaining robust cybersecurity practices. ISO 27001, the international standard for information security management systems, has emerged as a powerful tool for businesses of all sizes to address these critical concerns. As the owner of Mark1 Systems, Mark discusses how he has…

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What is an ISO Audit?

In order to become ISO certified, you must undergo audits – an ongoing process that ensures that your business continues to meet the requirements of your certification. In this blog, the Mark1 team has broken down this process, so that you can plot your ISO journey and plan for the future.

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What is the Primary Goal of ISO 27001?

Achieving ISO 27001 certification is an internationally recognised symbol of excellence in information security, and can help you to stand out from your competitors as a business to be trusted by potential clients. In this blog, we will break down the primary goal of ISO 27001, and explain how this ISO certification can be achieved.

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What is ISO 27001?

ISO 27001 is a standard that governs best practice when establishing, maintaining, and optimising an information security framework. In this blog, we will explain why ISO 27001 certification can be so beneficial for your business, and the steps you will need to take to become certified.

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