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RODIN Achieves ISO 27001 Certification

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RODIN are proud to announce their recent achievement of the ISO 27001 certification, recognising their dedication to effective information security management and their status as a trusted MSP and cyber security partner. This certification exemplifies their dedication to providing comprehensive IT services that ensure the highest level of security for businesses’ IT infrastructure and valuable data.

The ISO 27001 certification represents a global benchmark for information security, highlighting the critical role of adopting comprehensive cyber security measures in protecting organisational data and maintaining trust in a digitally-centric world.

As an ISO 27001-certified organisation, partnering with RODIN provides direct benefits to businesses, including:

  • Peace of Mind: Achieving this certification demonstrates that RODIN has implemented robust security measures to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of sensitive information, meeting the demands of businesses for secure and reliable MSP services.

  • Effective Risk Management: RODIN has improved its risk management approach by integrating ISO 27001's comprehensive framework, serving as a tangible demonstration of their commitment to maintaining the highest standards of information security.

  • Business Continuity: RODIN ensures businesses can rely on them to maintain continuity and minimise downtime during disruptions, with processes that meet rigorous ISO 27001 standards.

"The achievement of the ISO 27001 certification marks a significant milestone for us, reinforcing our commitment to maintaining the highest standards of information security. We believe that the ISO 27001 standard will become the expected norm for any MSP in the near future, and it is essential for any MSP to demonstrate that they are managing risk responsibly. Our achievement of this certification is a reflection of our team's expertise and dedication to ensuring the security and integrity of our client's data. Achieving this standard is a notable accomplishment, as we are one of the few MSPs both in the Illawarra, and regionally to achieve this accreditation. " - Boris Stankovic, General Manager, RODIN.

Having achieved the ISO 27001 certification, RODIN is recognised as providing unmatched protection for your digital assets and valuable data.


About us:

For over 30 years, RODIN has been at the forefront of the IT services industry, enabling Australian businesses to thrive with robust IT infrastructure, cloud computing solutions, and proactive cyber security measures. With additional services such as strategic advisory and enablement, RODIN continues to equip businesses with the tools necessary to secure and future-proof their IT investments.

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