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Starmind is ISO 27001:2013 certified: Our latest step in protecting your information

Starmind is ISO 27001:2013 certified

We start this week with some great news: our ongoing commitment to information security has been officially confirmed with an ISO 27001:2013 certification.

What is ISO 27001?

ISO 27001:2013 is a globally recognized international standard for managing information security risks. Achieving this certification demonstrates our ongoing commitment to using state-of-the-art information security to keep our customers protected.

ISO 27001:20113 provides a set of standardized requirements for Information Security Management Systems (ISMS), establishing a process- and risk-based approach for implementing, operating, monitoring, maintaining, and improving the ISMS.

This certification validates Starmind efforts in putting our customer`s security at the core of our solution by:

● Protecting customer and employee information at an internationally recognized level
● Managing risks associated with information security in a guided and structured way
● Meeting security requirements of global regulations such as GDPR

What this means for us and our customers

At Starmind, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality of service while ensuring the confidentiality, integrity and availability of our customers’ data at all times. Through the implementation of ISO 27001:2013, we’ve aligned our processes to an internationally recognized standard, so our customers can be sure that their data is always in the safest of hands.

This certification further supports our commitment to providing an ethical AI solution, where the security of our customer data is paramount.It’s the result of the hard work of all our Starmind employees, and a demonstration of their ongoing dedication to secure and ethical practices.

Keep your eyes on the blog to get more of the latest news and developments from Starmind.

What is a corporate wiki?

A corporate wiki, also known as an enterprise wiki, is a knowledge management system that provides a central location where your company can collect, capture, and update organizational knowledge.

As an internet user, the chances are high that you’ve used Wikipedia to find and acquire information and knowledge. Corporate wikis are comparable because they use similar technology and processes for people to collaborate and share their knowledge. The main difference is that corporate wikis are confined to the people within your organization.

Wikis have been a favored solution for knowledge management because every employee has the ability to read, edit, and contribute new content and knowledge. Plus, they're relatively easy to use. If employees can create a word doc, they’ll have no issue contributing to a wiki. But, if you’ve already used a corporate wiki before, you’re probably familiar with the challenges they can bring and are ready for a more effective way to manage knowledge.

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