Rebecca Warden, Learner Services Director at Realise, said: “We are thrilled to achieve this accreditation as it truly is recognised as the gold standard when it comes to information security.
“Handling information and data on behalf of our learners, employers and colleagues is a crucial part of our success as an organisation and we invest a huge amount in ensuring we are reaching the highest standards.
“It was an extensive process to achieve the ISO standard, as it should be, and it wasn’t simply focused on cyber resilience.
“There were many other aspects which were taken into account, including the safe handling of data sitting in hard copy format and less prominent but still significant elements such as ensuring server rooms have the correct ventilation to operate effectively.
“Achieving this accreditation provides our stakeholders with further confidence in us as an organisation, not only in our ability to deliver first class training provision but also to safely handle aspects around data and information which is a crucial part of any partnership in the modern world.”