Doubling down on security standards to protect customers with ISO 27001

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At Affinity, security has always been of the utmost importance. We strive to provide the strongest protection possible and today I’m proud to say that we have achieved the industry’s foremost international standard of security: ISO 27001.

We live in an increasingly relationship-driven economy–relationships are an asset and the currency that often separates leaders from laggers. Today we help more than 3,000 organizations in over 80 countries turn all their data points—calendar invites, emails and internal network connections—into data-driven insights on relationships to find and close more deals, raise more funds, and support portfolio companies. Keeping this data secure is one of our most important responsibilities. 

Why ISO 27001 matters

ISO 27001 is one of the few standards that uses a top-down, risk-based approach to evaluation. It identifies requirements and specifications for a comprehensive information security management system, and defines how an organization must securely manage and treat information, including applicable security controls. To achieve ISO 27001, we had to demonstrate an ongoing and systematic approach to managing and protecting company and customer data, which was validated through a rigorous audit by independent firm, BSI, a leading assessment body and the originator of the standard.

Our team has always upheld the highest standards in security—ISO 27001 is just the latest in a comprehensive list of security standards we’ve achieved including ISO 27017, ISO 27018, SOC 2 Type 2, and GDPR compliance. In addition, we have an active vulnerability disclosure program—a vital part of our security team’s toolkit. 

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Peter Romano
Sr. Director of IT Security
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