04 MAR 2020
Company implements Information Security Management System to safeguard customer, employee and stakeholder data and other information assets
Riyadh – 4 March 2020: Bahri, a global leader in logistics and transportation, has been awarded the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification after the company successfully developed and implemented an integrated strategy for information security management to protect information assets, such as customer, employee and stakeholder data.
The certification was received on behalf of Bahri by Mr.Naser Al-Abdulkareem, President, Bahri Oil, during a ceremony held at the company’s office in Dubai. A number of officials from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), and Bahri, attended the ceremony.
The latest certification by ISO validates that Bahri’s Information Security Management System (ISMS) adheres to the highest standards, ensuring the security of sensitive information assets. It also comes as a testimony to the company’s efforts to implement world-class processes and controls to confirm that its services meet the international benchmarks in security and quality.
Information security at Bahri is a top priority and the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification is a recognition for the company’s efforts to secure its assets in compliance with the highest of standards. As the security risk landscape continues to evolve, Bahri places significant emphasis on ensuring the robustness and resilience of the information management infrastructure in the company. Bahri’s comprehensive ISMS has been enabling it to continually improve processes and controls to offer unsurpassed data protection. The ISO certification underlines that the company is fully equipped to maintain the confidentiality and integrity of its information assets.
Bahri is also a recipient of the ISO 9001 Quality Management System and the ISO 14001 Environmental Management System certifications. Bahri has also received the exclusive US Coast Guard’s QUALSHIP 21 status due to its outstanding Port State Control history in U.S. waters, quality track record, and other stringent safety criteria.