ISO 27001 provides an internationally recognised framework to introduce and control information security in companies. Continuing checks make sure that the effectiveness of adopted measures become visible. The certification proves that the management systems in the area of information security work properly. In addition to the positive external effects of the certification, the security awareness of the company’s internal staff will also be raised.

Markus Klemen
SBA Research

We have been developing our security management system for many years now and have got a long experience in applying ISO 27001. Therefore, it has been a pleasure and positive surprise to discover fresh views and ideas for us with the help of the OCG auditors.

Bernhard Peham
ITandTel - Elektrizitätswerk Wels AG

In many sectors business partners judge companies by the security of their information processing systems. The ISO 27001 certification gives companies a decisive competitive advantage.

Hans-Jürgen Pollirer

Reliable processes and IT security have become more and more important, an observation supported by the number of security incidences which have been reported in the press lately. So the existence of a trustworthy control and certification body in Austria has become even more valuable. As unbiased organisation the OCG decidedly has an advantage here. Moreover, this accomplishment successfully complements the OCG’s mandate for awareness and education activities.

Reinhard Posch
TU Graz | Austrian Federal Chancellery - CIO

In the world of business and public administration the sensitivity for internet security and cybercrime has already reached a high level. ISO 27001 is a useful tool to put into practice both security technology and information security management in a structured, standardised and target-oriented way.

Wolfgang Prentner
ZT Prentner IT GmbH

Information security has become a decisive competitive factor. An ISO/IEC 27001 certification proves to customers and partners alike that an organisation takes appropriate measures to protect its information.

Ingrid Schaumüller-Bichl
FH Oberoesterreich