ThousandEyes Achieves ISO 27001 Certification
July 13, 2017
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ThousandEyes has attained ISO/IEC 27001:2013 Certification for its Information Security Management System (ISMS) supporting its network performance management software as a service application.

With this certification, ThousandEyes has reaffirmed its highest commitment to protecting users and their information by implementing a comprehensive information security management system in accordance with internationally recognized standards.

"At ThousandEyes, the security of customer data is one of our highest priorities, and this certification provides a strong endorsement of ThousandEyes' data security practices," said Alexander Anoufriev, Chief Information Security Officer at ThousandEyes. "We are proud to have some of the largest and most respected organizations in the world as our customers. Because we ensure our technology and systems are guarded against potential leaks or other threats, these customers can have the confidence and trust in ThousandEyes that their data is continuously protected and secure."

The ISO 27001 standard ensures that organizations can establish methodologies and apply a framework to business and IT processes to help identify, manage and reduce risks to the security of information. At ThousandEyes, the standard protects financial information, intellectual property, employee records, and third party/customer information. ThousandEyes will undergo an annual review and three-year recertification to maintain ISO 27001 compliance.

Achieving ISO 27001 Certification is part of ThousandEyes' overall strategy to stay current and proactive about risk management. Other certifications and standards that ThousandEyes and its employees comply with include:

- Trust service principles issued by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Inc., and the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants

- US - EU/Swiss Privacy Shield

- TRUSTe Privacy Program Requirements

- Other Federal and local laws and regulations

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