We Build Bots Becomes ISO27001 accredited!

We Build Bots has become ISO 27001 certified. Here we explain more about what this means for us and our customers.

Proud to announce: We are now ISO 27001 certified!

We're incredibly proud to announce that WBB has become ISO 27001 certified.

ISO 27001 is the international gold standard for organisations, and it’s proof that our information security, people, processes and technology are best in class.

It sets out a best-practice approach for organisations to manage their information security through addressing people and processes as well as technology.

Why does ISO certification matter? Well, we can essentially offer all the benefits and agility that a small team provides, whilst matching the security and best practice of a large organisation.

We're able to achieve high standards customer satisfaction through reduced downtime, quicker customer responses and established processes for our developer team to push through updates. We care about customer data, and we understand how important it is to keep that secure due to the nature of the types of industries we work in (Local Government and 3rd sector primarily). 

It’s truly the best of both worlds for our customers, and a mark towards our aim of continuous improvement for our clients.

Securing this accreditation has taken our team 12 months and underpins our Global ambitions to facilitate better, faster, cheaper access to public services around the World.

WBB is currently run by a team of around 14 talented individuals, and being ISO accredited means that the standard that we’re operating at matches the standard of a much larger company. We're able to offer our workforce the option to work from home whilst handling data securely. 

Interested in our accreditations? Find out more about on the G-Cloud Framework.

Congrats team WBB and well done to all the hard work that went in to getting us here!

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