DLRT Prioritises The Protection Of Its Customers’ Data By Securing The Leading Security Management Standard
DLRT, part of The TALL Group of Companies, the UK leader in the provision of secure paper and electronic payment solutions, has successfully been re-accredited to the ISO 27001 standard. The Lisburn-based printing specialist achieved the international standard that helps organisations manage their information security processes in line with best practice.
The ISO 27001 standard is a consistent and centrally controlled management system standard for protecting information and reducing threats to all business processes through effective monitoring and control of IT security risks.
Obtaining this certification involves the auditing and evaluation of a variety of internal processes, from information security guidelines, asset management, staff security and access control to systems maintenance, compliance, and cryptography. With this certification, DLRT ensures compliance with the international standards of the industry, assuring the best practices for information security controls are in place.
DLRT has held the ISO 27001 Information Security Management Standard (ISMS) for 14 years – since 2007 and also holds the Quality Management certification ISO 9001, which also has recently been reaccredited. The TALL Group also holds a wide variety of other leading accreditations, including Cyber Essentials PLUS, Investors in People and the IS0 14001 Environmental Management Standard.
Peter Thomas, Managing Director of DLRT, said: “We are extremely proud to have once again been awarded the ISO 27001 standard in recognition of our continued commitment to protect our customers highly valued data. Data is now the oil that ensures business gets done, it’s ever increasing value to so many of today’s businesses is why such accreditations are key to underpinning existing internal structures and process and most importantly our culture which consistently delivers a quality proposition for our customers.
“Our auditors, Certification Europe, who performed the audit remotely again due to COVID-19 restrictions, were also joined on this occasion by a UKAS assessor who monitored the audit throughout the whole day”
“Our staff were tremendous during the audit day, and perhaps more importantly, their continual maintenance of the ISMS and Quality Standard on a daily basis, proves vital in the ongoing success at both these audits and for our customers’ satisfaction.”
EVENT: Connecting your business with the Commonwealth
- Thursday 22nd April
- 9.30am – 1pm
- Via TEAMS
- Register here: https://cheshirecommonwealth.eventbrite.co.uk (please note: You will receive the link to join the event a week beforehand).
The Cheshire Commonwealth Association is delighted to bring you our first live virtual event of 2021 with the theme of Connecting your Business with the Commonwealth. Our panel will discuss the wide variety of means and methods for Cheshire businesses to explore the opportunities in exporting to the Commonwealth. We are joined by some illustrious guests from Cheshire and members of the Commonwealth from around the globe.
- 09.30am Welcome – David Briggs, CVO, MBE, KStJ, Lord-Lieutenant of Cheshire and Patron, Cheshire Commonwealth Association
- 09.40am “Commonwealth Talks” – Gyles Brandreth, Writer, Broadcaster, Actor, Chancellor for the University of Chester and Ambassador for The Royal Commonwealth Society
- 10.10am Keith Scott, British High Commissioner to Papua New Guinea
- 10.40am Gavin Hepburn, Managing Director, ATG Access and Northern Powerhouse Export Champion
- 10.55am BREAK
- 11.10am “Tackling Climate Change: The role of industrial decarbonisation” – Professor Joe Howe, Executive Director of the Thornton Energy Research Institute at the University of Chester
- 11.35am “Building a network for Commonwealth business” – David Maisey, OBE, DL, Chief Executive of ICC Solutions and Chair, Cheshire Commonwealth Association
- 11.45am “A South African view – links across Commonwealth countries, and trade and investment opportunities” – Marc Jürgens, Counsellor for Multilateral Affairs, South African High Commission
- 12.10pm “Rebuilding our Commonwealth trading ties – old friends, new (and significant) opportunities” – Baroness Fairhead, former Minister of State for Trade and Export Promotion
- 12.35pm “Why you should grow your business in the Commonwealth Caribbean” – Darren Henry, MP, Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to the Caribbean
- 1.00pm Closing remarks – David Briggs, CVO, MBE, KStJ, Lord-Lieutenant of Cheshire and Patron, Cheshire Commonwealth Association
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries regarding this Cheshire Commonwealth Association: Connecting Your Business event.