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WHOA.com Cloud Security Management System Achieves ISO 27001 Certification

The ISO 27001 demonstrates WHOA.com's commitment to exceeding industry standard for information security

HOLLYWOOD, Fla., Feb. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- WHOA.com, a next-generation secure cloud service provider today announced that it has achieved ISO 27001 certification as part of its commitment to ensuring its customers can fully leverage secure, scalable cloud-based services.  This internationally recognized accreditation was awarded to WHOA.com in recognition of their outstanding accomplishments in information security management.

WHOA.com offers mission-critical business solutions that include a comprehensive portfolio of best-in-class services such as Desktop as a Service, Infrastructure as a Service, Replication and Backup, Integrated Applications and Security enabling organizations to have complete control and visibility over everything IT, and to meet and maintain all regulatory compliance requirements, service levels and functionality.

WHOA.com solidified its standing as a leader in the industry of secure cloud solutions today, as it announced the attainment of the internationally recognized ISO 27001 certification, with the assistance of ISMS Solutions and Conformance Works. 

ISO 27001 is the most stringent certification for information security controls, demanding the recipient to have controls in place for numerous areas, including security and risk management, in addition to business continuity management and compliance.  This global accreditation is awarded to WHOA.com based on a lengthy assessment conducted by an impartial third-party.  The certification is not static, ensuring that the company will continue to meet high security standards on an ongoing basis.

"Our team is dedicated to providing our customers with the highest level of systems security, reliability and overall stability across the entire WHOA.com platform," said Mark Amarant, Chief Executive Officer of WHOA.com. "We are pleased to be recognized for our work to ensure that our infrastructure meets the high security standards set forth by ISO"

Under ISO 27001, WHOA.com management is required to systematically examine all of their organization's information security risks, assessing threats and vulnerabilities, and their potential impact.  In addition, they must design and implement comprehensive information security controls and develop an ongoing management process to ensure continued compliance moving forward.

With the achievement of the ISO 27001 certification, WHOA.com affirms its position as the leading provider of enterprise-class secure cloud solutions for growing organizations nationwide.  The company's focus on 'Best in Class' technology and its dedication to top-notch customer service highlight the foundations upon which the company was established.  Having now achieved the milestone ISO 27001 certification, WHOA.com is positioned to remain atop the industry.

About WHOA.com:
The WHOA.com secure network of multiple top tier data centers is strategically located across the country, which prioritizes security, efficiency, and the reliable delivery of business-critical applications. By providing the industry's finest hardware and software coupled with unbeatable levels of high availability connectivity, uptime and security, we represent the pinnacle of quality available in today's cloud infrastructure market. To learn more, visit www.WHOA.com or call David Zaizar, VP of Marketing, 954.449.4900

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