Aeroexpress first Russian transport firm to receive ISO 27001:2005 certificate
The ISO certification was granted under the International Standard for Information Security following site visits to Aeroexpress' administrative offices in both Moscow and St. Petersburg.
Specifically, the ISO 27001:2005 certificate states that Aeroexpress engages in globally-recognized best practices in information security as determined by the British Standards Institute. An ISO 27001:2005 certificate indicates that Aeroexpress exceeds industry standards in the treatment of electronic data.
The ratings agency took into account Aeroexpress' use of modern information technology solutions in the recording, transmission and processing of sensitive electronic customer data before issuing the high ranking.
Aeroexpress' ISO 27001:2005 certificate will remain current until 2015, when the company will once again undergo an audit. By that time, the company said it hopes to strengthen its data transport procedures even further to earn the the ISO 26000:2010 certificate.
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