Commit Works Elevates Its Information Security Standards with ISO 27001 Certification

By November 22nd, 2023Commit Works, Press
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Brisbane, Australia – Commit Works, a global leader in operations planning & execution software for the resources sector, is proud to announce its recent achievement of the ISO 27001:2022 certification.

The ISO 27001:2022 certification is a benchmark for information security management systems (ISMS), demanding extensive adherence to best practices in data protection. Achieving this certification involved a comprehensive, independent audit, reinforcing Commit Works’ operational excellence and relentless focus on safeguarding client information.

James Aleman, CEO of Commit Works, reflects on this milestone “The ISO 27001 certification isn’t just an accolade, it’s a testament to our culture of excellence and integrity in data management. In a sector where trust is crucial, this certification assures our clients that their data security is our utmost priority. It also aligns with our strategic vision to provide Enterprise grade software to improve coordination of operations teams and reduce day to day variability, enabling teams to work together as a well organised and high performing team.”

With the mining industry rapidly embracing digital transformation, robust cybersecurity is more important than ever. Commit Works’ advanced cloud-provisioned SaaS platform not only boosts operational efficiency and safety but also sets new standards in data security. These standards are now recognized with the ISO certification.

Shaun Macrae, Head of Product, talks about Commit Works’ ongoing dedication to security: “Our journey towards security excellence is dynamic and continuous. The ISO 27001 certification process was an invaluable opportunity to fortify our systems further, cementing our position at the forefront of security practices in the mining software industry and paving the way for future advancements.”

With this certification, Commit Works reaffirms its role at the helm of the conversation around cybersecurity in the mining industry, steering the sector towards a more secure, efficient, and resilient future.

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