Heritage Bank Gets ISO 27001 Certification

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  • Heritage Bank Gets ISO 27001 Certification

Heritage Bank says it has achieved the Information Security Management Certification from International Standards Organisation.

The certification, also known as the ISO 27001: 2013, is part of the ISO 27000 family of standards which helps organisations keep information assets secure.

The certification was achieved on the heels of the bank’s drive to revolutionalise the banking sector digital experience with Octopus, by putting in place a systematic approach to managing sensitive organisational information, ensuring it remains seamless, secure and available.

The Octopus platform owes numerous benefits to the users, thereby enable small businesses key into electronic payment system easily, efficient collections, social integration, retention strategy, bills payment, mobile virtual top-up, funds transfer, balance enquiry, movie show time and news.

A statement by the bank said, “With the introduction of Octopus, the ISO 27001: 2013 Information Security Management Certification is a proof of the bank’s demonstrated ability to consistently provide products and services that gives service consumers and customers an easily recognisable security hallmark.

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