This August the owner of website CertyfikatySSL.pl - Domeny.pl Ltd - has joined the elite group of companies that have been accredited of two ISO standards: ISO 9001:2008 and ISO/IEC 27001:2005. It is international guarantee of high class services and security of processed information.
This accreditation was the result of a long process. During months the company systems were upgraded to several norms set by ISO standards. This time included managing appropriate methods and launching changes at technology level in transmission and processing information. Moreover, Domeny.pl was audited by multiple verifications which checked a status of preparation for ISO.
- It has been a several years now, when we treat a customer confidence as a main issue of our business activity. We make efforts to grow it. It was a time for a big step forward: the confirmation of high level of safety procedures we use every day. Positive opinions from the audits and accreditation of ISO standards are the proofs that our efforts are efficiently - said Arkadiusz Szczurowski CEO of Domeny.pl Ltd.
Domeny.pl joins the few companies of hosting services and domain registration, which fulfilled ISO requirements. At the same time it is the first company which obtained both certificates from the BSI Group - the biggest certification firm in Poland. Certificates are international and include: domain names registration, domains evaluation, hosting services, creation, promotion and advertising of websites, issuance and service SSL certificates and processing of personal data.
More information in Polish: http://domeny.pl/iso.html
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