March 01, 2013
GUANGZHOU – Bamboo Technologies is excited to announced that the company has passed the Information Security Management System ISO / IEC27001: 2005 accreditation, which drives the standards of information security management around the world. The accreditation was audited and certified by the British Standards Institution, and complies with both the United Kingdom Accreditation Service and ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board standards.
IT companies that hold this accreditation can assure their clients of the highest standards of information protection, reduce the risk of information breaches and improve the transparency of internal controls and security mechanisms. The accreditation also serves to reassure clients of Bamboo’s dedication to ensuring they have robust compliance and security measures in place.
Gene Kim, Chief Executive Officer & President, commented, “We live in a dangerous world. The 27001 certification demonstrates Bamboo’s ongoing commitment to the highest standards of security but we will remain vigilant and continuously improve, as we have done for the last 13 years, to maintain our perfect security track record.”
Ongoing commitment to the IT industry
Bamboo Technologies has a strong track record in setting the standards for the IT industry on the Mainland. The first company in China to achieve a CMMi Level 5 rating, Bamboo has helped define the standards of quality and operational excellence that have propelled the Chinese software industry into a global player.
Bamboo Technologies has also been widely recognized for its contributions to the IT outsourcing industry in China. In 2012, Bamboo was named one of the ten “most promising” companies by the Guangzhou Outsourcing Industry Association. In 2010, the company was also certified as a Guangzhou International Service Outsourcing Key Enterprise by the Bureau of Foreign Trade & Economic Cooperation of the Guangzhou Municipality and the Bureau of Science and Information Technology of Guangzhou.
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