Kryon becomes the first RPA vendor to achieve ISO/IEC 27001:2013 Certification

The company says that this is the first time a RPA vendor has received this internationally recognized certification, which is only issued after a comprehensive audit shows that a company complies with a stringent set of requirements protecting the security of customers’ important information, such as financial details, intellectual property and employee details.

Kryon had already received certification for ISO/IEC 9001 for controlling quality procedures. In addition, it is compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Kryon’s CEO, Harel Tayeb, said: “Meeting the standards laid out by the International Organization for Standardization and the International Electrotechnical Commission is an important achievement. It reflects the value we place on the security of our customers’ sensitive data.”

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This certification is applicable to every level of Kryon’s IT infrastructure, including research & development, marketing, sales, support, training and professional services. It covers all of Kryon’s cloud-based and on-premises solutions: Kryon Attended Automation, Kryon Unattended Automation, Kryon Hybrid Automation and Kryon Process Discovery™.

“We believe that trust should not be given blindly to any technology, especially when woven throughout a business’ processes,” said Nathaniel Davidson, CTO of Kryon. “This ISO/IEC 27001:2013 accreditation is a reflection of our ongoing commitment to providing our customers with the level of security that they expect and deserve.”

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The requirements that companies must meet in order to receive ISO/IEC 27001 certification are laid out by ISO/IEC, a joint committee of the International Organization for Standardization and the International Electrotechnical Commission that sets international standards for information assets.

Kryon’s certification was granted by IQNet following preparation and submission by BDO, a leading global financial and auditing firm.

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