AuditSafe is committed to the confidentiality, integrity and availability of all physical and logical assets and has established in its Information Security Policy, security directives that govern the conduct and behavior in relation to the subject. Additionally, we are committed to the continuous improvement of our Management Systems certified by ISO/IEC 27001:2013 and 27701:2019.
Following these guidelines is the responsibility of all employees, external providers, associated consultants and business partners.
The guidelines must be continuously integrated into AuditSafe’s project management methods to ensure that risks are identified and considered as part of a project, regardless of its purpose.
The Guidelines are based on and based on the following principles:
- SUSTAINABILITY – Ensure comfort and digital security to all interested parties in a continuous and appropriate way to AuditSafe’s business, in order to be sustainable, adaptable and strict to the best market practices.
- CONFIDENTIALITY, AVAILABILITY AND INTEGRITY – Requirements required of all our employees, external providers and documentation that support our Security, Quality and Privacy Management Systems.
- EXTERNAL PROVIDERS – Commitment to minimum information security and data protection requirements, compliance with the General Data Protection Law, monitoring and evaluation of security and privacy risks.
- REGULATIONS RELEVANT TO THE BUSINESS – Constant updating and monitoring based on more than 12 of the main Decrees, Laws and Regulations relevant to the AuditSafe business.