With assurance against the new ISO 27001:2022 global standard and renewed SOC 2 Type II attestation.

Cyber security has never been as important. With the rapid rise of Artificial Intelligence adding a new layer of sophistication to cyber criminals’ weaponry, it’s easier than ever to create convincing phishing emails and believable scam sites. Personal and financial information is constantly under threat.

Vault Platform is leading the way in protecting customer data from these evolving and serious risks. 18 months before it becomes an international requirement, we have now achieved ISO 27001: 2022 certification. It includes new and updated requirements for technical controls for cybersecurity in order to lower the risk of incidents affecting organisations’ critical information systems.

“This global standard demonstrates our commitment to staying on the forefront of cyber protection. We’re committing to continually reviewing and improving our systems and controls as comprehensively as we can.”
Ash Mohanaprakas, Head of Information Security, Vault Platform

Vault maintains a transparent and validated Information Security Management System, which undergoes ongoing assurance for ISO 27001 as well as SOC 2 Type II, demonstrating our ongoing commitment to safeguarding the data entrusted to us by customers. Vault’s latest SOC2 Type II audit covers a period of one year audit window (2023-2024), and can be downloaded from our Trust Center.

ISO 27001:2022 will soon become a requirement in all organisations’ procurement processes, making it a key consideration for procurement officers who will validate ‘adequate technical controls’ as a measure of GDPR compliance and protection of information.