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TomTom achieves ISO 27001

TomTom’s fleet management service has achieved the ISO 27001 certification, ensuring customers benefit from the highest levels of security, quality and availability.

ISO 27001 is recognised as the most stringent certification for information security controls, guaranteeing first-class standards for the identification and prevention of security risks.

It is the only auditable comprehensive international standard which defines the requirements for an Information Security Management System.

The certification was attained following an independent assessment by BSI Group, the global standards company.

It covers TomTom Business Solutions’ online fleet management service Webfleet, its data centres, ICT/Techops, research and development and quality assurance.

More than 16,500 companies worldwide use TomTom’s Webfleet software to manage their vehicle fleets and mobile operations. The service is used to dispatch thousands of mobile workers to jobs on a daily basis, helping businesses to achieve service targets by ensuring tasks are carried out on time and on schedule.

Customers require on-going assurance that their data is not at risk in order to help comply with applicable laws, such as privacy and data protection legislation. ISO 27001 certification is a step toward effecting and demonstrating compliance with this legislation.


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