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World Book Day

ISO 27001: Keeping Books this World Book Day!

World Book Day is fast approaching (2nd March 2023), and it got the Mark1 team thinking – are you keeping your books to the standard of ISO 27001? In this blog, we will break down this standard, and explain how it can help you to maintain the processes that your clients expect. What is ISO…

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CASCO and ISO Conformity Assessments

The language surrounding ISO certification can seem daunting and complex – from long lists of numbered standards to a variety of acronyms. This week, we want to break down one particularly important example that governs the whole process of ISO conformity assessment: CASCO. What is CASCO? CASCO is the ISO committee that develops policy and…

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Certification or Compliance

What Is ISO Compliance?

At Mark1, we often discuss the benefits of ISO compliance, and the requirements of each standard– but what does that really mean? This week, we’re breaking down exactly what it means to be ISO compliant. How Do I Comply With ISO Standards? An ISO standard (of which there are over 24,000) is an international agreement…

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Who are UKAS

UKAS: Who are They, and Why Do We Need Them?

At Mark1, we are proud of our exemplary record in guiding businesses to UKAS accredited ISO certification — we have a 100% certification success rate to date! But who exactly are UKAS, and why are they so important to our sector? Who are UKAS? UKAS stands for the United Kingdom Accreditation Service, and is the…

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