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Accreditation promises high level security for Chevin customers

A high level of information security is being promised by a new accreditation received by Chevin Fleet Solutions.

The fleet management software company has won certification for the ISO27001 information security standard, which specifies and audits processes that are intended to bring information security under clear and unambiguous management control.

Chevin worked with Derby-based FPA Consulting on the project and their consultant Sue Cook said that, unusually, no non-conformances having been raised as part of the process.

She said: “We have very much enjoyed working with Chevin and have been very impressed by their standard of commitment to ISO27001. Zero non-conformances is an achievement.”

Chevin project manager Becky Nash added: “As a provider of fleet management software to some of the largest and most important fleets in the UK and worldwide, information security is crucial to us in order to protect the interests of our customers.

“Achieving the ISO 27001 standard means that our client base can rest assured that their information is protected with strong management systems in place. We would like to thank FPA for their support and professionalism.”


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