|By Business Wire||
|July 2, 2014 10:17 AM EDT||
TEKsystems Global Services®, a leading information technology solutions firm and division of TEKsystems, today announced its Dallas Solution Center earned ISO/IEC-27001-2005 certification for its Information Security Management Systems (ISMS) after an independent assessment by the British Standards Institute (BSI). The ISO/IEC 27000 family of standards helps organizations keep information assets, such as financial information, intellectual property or other confidential information, secure. ISO/IEC 27001 is an industry-recognized standard that provides requirements for an Information Security Management System.
For TEKsystems Global Services, receiving the ISO/IEC 27001-2005 certification at its customer facility in Dallas, Texas reinforces its commitment to customers to deliver the highest level of quality and security for outsourced IT professional services. The Dallas Solution Center joins Montreal and Bangalore, India as TEKsystems Global Services solution center locations certified in ISO/IEC 27001.
“As demands for privacy and information security become greater, our customers can feel confident they have partnered with a service provider that takes today’s threats and risks seriously,” says Charles Hall, Executive Director of Delivery Centers for Global Services. “We believe having our ISMS certified against the ISO 27001 standard by BSI makes us an attractive partner to industries like healthcare and financial services, where requirements for domestic outsourcing solutions and compliance with strict regulations are essential.”
About TEKsystems Global Services
TEKsystems Global Services (a division of TEKsystems), is an information technology solutions firm that provides project-based, managed and outsourcing services in Applications, Network Infrastructure and Training and Education. We deliver quality IT outcomes and results while leveraging a large network of experienced IT professionals through our well-established staffing practice. TEKsystems Global Services employs 3,000 resources globally and we deliver 600+ successful projects annually for clients based in North America, Europe and Asia. We deliver our services either on client premise or from one or more of our five Solution Centers located in Baltimore, Dallas, Montreal, Hyderabad and Bangalore.
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