B2B-marketingbureau SPOTONVISION behaalt ISO-certificering

On March 6th 2019 spotONvision officially received its ISO 27001:2013 certification. An ISO certification is a certificate by which your company indicates that it carefully handles (customer) data. spotONvision’s Information Security Management System meets the latest global standard for information security. The spotONvision team is very proud of reaching this milestone.

An ISO 27001 certificate demonstrates that the security of the company information is well described, implemented and checked. It offers many advantages; for the customers it means that the company carefully handles both data as well as information systems. In addition, the certification establishes that spotONvision complies with relevant laws and regulations. All business processes have been reviewed and the information security is in order.

On the B2B market ISO 27001:2013 is an important certification, especially given that data, security and privacy are hot topics at the moment.

Mariëlle Meijwes, responsible for campaign management and information security at spotONvision, explains: “With the ISO certification we show that we as a company handle the data of both ourselves and our customers safely. It is an important step because we can have proven that we are a reliable partner for campaigning and marketing automation. This is important for companies to take into account when they want to outsource marketing activitities. We show that we can handle their data securely. “

spotONvision observes that customers increasingly set up information security requirements and prefer cooperation with ISO-certified companies. Customers today understand more clearly the importance and the impact of secure handling of information and data.

Mariëlle Meijwes: “We see that information security at marketing agencies in general is far from perfect, and we are really proud that we are one of the first B2B marketing agencies that received such a certification and can show are commitment to keep pace with changes to security threats and privacy regulation.”