GDPR represents the biggest regulatory change in how you can process and store personal data since the inception of the internet, it’s reach is global and enforcement begins on 25th May 2018. GDPR compliance brings a level of rigour and control that is currently beyond many organisations, but we have been at the forefront of its adoption. We have always believed in obtaining the highest accreditations that we can as this ensures we are constantly challenging ourselves, therefore we have added the ISO 17024 accredited EU GDPR F and EU GDPR P qualifications to our existing ISO27001, 9001, SOC 2/1 accreditations.Learn More
We ensure that our entire team is aware of our security and quality standards and know how to apply them throughout all the activities they perform. In addition we have in place a dedicated team of professionals with a sole responsibility of ensuring our quality management (ISO 9001) and Security & Compliance framework (ISO 27001) is applied across all areas of the organisation.Learn More
Calligo enhances its commitment to ISO and Governance by bringing security and availability measures in line with current information security concerns worldwide through achieving KPMG assured compliancy with
SOC 2 Type 1.
We use our ISO27001:2013 ISMS to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the information assets that are stored within our platform. This is done by finding out what potential problems could arise with the information (i.e. risk assessment) and then defining what needs to be done to prevent these issues from occurring (i.e. risk treatment).Learn More
Data ownership is often a very grey area when it comes to cloud. Calligo have put in place clear and transparent contractually binding rules ensuring our clients have direct control at all times.Learn More