Globalization Partners International (GPI) Is Now ISO/IEC 27001: 2013-Information Security (ISMS) Certified

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WASHINGTON, DC – January 31, 2023 – Globalization Partners International (GPI), a provider of website, software, and document translation services, announced the successful completion and certification for ISO/IEC 27001: 2013 – Information Security, the world’s best-known standard for Information Security Management Systems (ISMS).

“We are pleased to achieve this ISO certification, which helps us protect GPI and our clients from business and legal risks through data management practices that are compliant with ISO 27001 standards,” says Daniela Bustamante, GPI’s Managing Partner. “GPI’s IT security team has an even tighter framework to identify threats to our business and to take all precautionary measures to prevent incidents.”

GPI completed all 14 controls and objectives of the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 Information Security requirements including:

  1. Information Security Policy
  2. Organization of Information Security
  3. Risk Assessment and Treatment
  4. Asset Management
  5. Access Control
  6. Cryptography
  7. Physical Security
  8. Operations Security
  9. Communications Security
  10. System Acquisition, Development and
  11. Supplier Relationships
  12. Compliance with Legal Requirements and
    Industry Standards
  13. Information Quality Management
  14. Risk Monitoring and Review

“In 2018, GPI was awarded the ISO 17100:2015 Standard for Translation Services. This ISO certification provides basic requirements for a translation agency’s core processes, resources, and other aspects necessary to complete quality translation services,” says Alexis Ilieff, GPI’s Director of IT Security. “GPI’s second ISO certification, ISO/IEC 27001:2013 for information security management, is now part of and fully integrated with GPI’s Globalization Project Management Suite (GPMS) and Translation Portal; ensuring information security is embedded in our processes, information systems, and controls.”