ISO 27001 Accreditation
Certification Europe is accredited to audit and issue certificates for ISO 27001 Information Security Management Systems. This means that we have the authority, expertise and know-how to go into organisations and assess them against the requirements of ISO 27001.
The term accreditation can lead to confusion for organisations. To clarify only certification bodies can be accredited for a standard. As an organisation you are certified to a standard. As an accredited certification body, we certify our clients when they have successfully met the requirements of ISO 27001. It is a common misconception that organisations think that they can become ISO 27001 accredited.
ISO 27001 Accreditation Bodies
Accreditation is the process by which a certification body is recognised to offer certification services. In order to become accredited, Certification Europe is required to implement a quality management system which meets international standards. Certification Europe is audited annually to ensure its services meet the exact requirements of the relevant accreditation standards.
Accreditation bodies audit the auditors. They give the certification bodies the authority to go about certifying other organisations. Certification Europe undergoes periodic assessments by our accreditation bodies, INAB (Irish National Accreditation Board) and UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service).
ISO 27001 Certificates
We issue ISO 27001 information security management systems accredited certificates which will be recognised worldwide by any level of organisation. Unaccredited certificates issued by other non-accredited bodies carry little credibility in the marketplace. Always ensure that the body which is certifying your company is accredited.
Please contact Eoin or Emma on +353 1 6429300 if you have any questions surrounding our ISO 27001 accreditation or if you would like to find out more about ISO 27001.