Arc XP achieves ISO 27001 certification
Receiving ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification, demonstrates Arc XP’s commitment to adhering to cyber-security excellence and providing its customers a secure digital environment.
Arc XP, a leading digital experience platform, has received ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification, the international standard for information security management and cyber-security best practices.
Arc XP’s certification demonstrates the company’s commitment to adhering to cyber-security excellence through a set of policies, processes, and systems to provide a secure data environment for its customers across the globe.
“Receiving ISO 27001 certification is a well-recognized third-party attestation to the maturity of our processes,” said David Zayas, Vice President, Arc XP Platform Architecture. “With this documented security framework in place, Arc customers can be assured that we are committed to protecting their data at every level and have the tools and policies implemented to do so. We can continue to innovate and grow through a culture of continuous improvement to provide our customers with the assurance of Arc’s commitment to data security.”
The certification is awarded by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), following an audit by Coalfire and evaluation by an independent quality assurance organization. It certifies all of Arc XP’s SaaS services, including Engineering, Information Security, Physical Security, IT Operations & Support and Human Resources.
About Arc XP
Arc XP is a cloud-based digital experience platform that helps enterprise companies, retail brands and media and entertainment organizations create and distribute content, drive digital commerce, and deliver powerful multichannel experiences. A division of The Washington Post, Arc XP has powered the digital transformation of customers across the globe, currently serving over 1,900 sites in more than 25 countries that serve nearly 2 billion unique visitors monthly.