GPV Achieves ISO 27001 Certification

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At GPV, we take the trust placed in us by our customers and business partners seriously. We have a high focus on cyber security to ensure that data is handled with great caution.

For a longer period of time, GPV has been working to achieve the ISO 27001 certificate. The ISO 27001 certification, formally known as ISO/IEC 27001:2022, is an information security standard, which provides a framework and guidelines for establishing, implementing, and managing an information security management system (ISMS). The ISO 27001 certification demonstrates that GPV is following best practices within information security.

“It is a great achievement for GPV to be ISO 27001 certified. Cyber security is a very important topic for us as we take the data handling of our customers data very seriously. It is a prerequisite for handling customers’ products. I would like to thank the entire organisation and especially our SecOps Team for this achievement”, says Bo Lybaek, CEO at GPV.



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