CINCINNATI DECEMBER 17, 2020 - Projetech Inc., a Gold IBM Business Partner, today announced their newly acquired ISO 27017:2015 certification from the International Standards Organization. This certification gives guidelines for information security controls applicable to the provision and use of cloud services. Additionally, Projetech passed its annual ISO 27001:2013 audit which is performed every year to ensure that effective security controls and policies are in place to protect our customers data. These certifications serve as Projetech’s unmatched commitment to providing the best possible information and cloud-based security solutions for IBM Maximo users.

ISO 27001 and ISO 27017 Certification

As data breaches become more and more prevalent, ensuring your company’s data integrity and security has become an uphill battle, one that must be fought on all fronts. No single approach to security is adequate in our current climate and, as an IBM Maximo provider, Projetech has devised a layered approach to security, eliminating single points of failure and ensuring customer data remains secure.

IBM Maximo cloud-based security solutions

“Projetech continues to make the protection of customer data our highest priority. The recent ISO 27017 certification with a focus on cloud security demonstrates that commitment to our partners and customers.” says Tyler Caldwell, CISSP, Director of Security Operations at Projetech.

To get certified, Projetech underwent and passed a rigorous audit. This third-party accreditation from the International Standards Organization shows that Projetech has done its due diligence in maintaining a security program and shows that, as a Maximo provider, they enforce cloud security. When working with an ISO 27017 certified partner, your business can feel confident about putting asset management data in the cloud.

Projetech has a dedicated security team tasked with earning and maintaining these industry-recognized certifications, providing customers with a compliant and proven system to store valuable Maximo data. Projetech is continuously working to improve their information security program with new technologies and practices.

For more information on IBM Maximo, Cloud Based Security, or Security Solutions for MaaS (Maximo as a Service), visit: http://www.projetech.com

About Projetech:
Projetech is a Gold IBM Business Partner, offering IBM Maximo: the global standard in software for Enterprise Asset Management and maintenance. Since 1999, Projetech has been providing Maximo as a Service (MaaS), allowing clients to manage, maintain and scale their solution requirements while benefiting from flexible services and lower operating costs. Projetech is a strategic business partner for clients in small to mid-sized businesses, government agencies and Fortune 500 companies. Projetech is an ISO/IEC 27001:2013 & ISO/IEC 27017:2015 certified provider whose Information Security Management System (ISMS) has received third-party accreditation from the International Standards Organization.

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