Nuix Achieves ISO 27001:2013 Certification


Leading SaaS offering Nuix Discover certified to industry-recognized standard.

HERNDON – September 13, 2019 — Nuix (www.nuix.com), a risk, compliance, and security software company, today announced that Nuix Discover has been certified as an ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certified provider whose Information Security Management System (ISMS) has received third-party accreditation from the International Standards Organization.ISO/IEC 27001:2013 is an information security management system standard published in October 2013 by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).

A-lign, an independent, third-party auditor, found Nuix to have technical controls in place and formalized IT Security policies and procedures. A-lign is an ISO / IEC 27001 certification body accredited by the ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board (ANAB) to perform ISMS 27001 certifications. Nuix has implemented several security measures and countermeasures that protect it from unauthorized access or compromise and IT personnel were found to be conscientious and knowledgeable in best practices.

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Compliance with this internationally recognized standard confirms that Nuix’s security management program is comprehensive and follows leading practices. This certification demonstrates Nuix’s continued commitment to information security at every level and ensures its customers that the security of their data and information has been addressed, implemented, and properly controlled in all areas of the Nuix organization.

“Attaining this certification is a huge accomplishment for Nuix,” said Chris Woods, Director of Audit & Compliance at Nuix. “Arriving at this point would not have been possible without the hard work and perseverance of an incredible team of people across the company. It’s an important milestone for our Nuix Discover SaaS offering, giving customers that much more assurance that their information is secured to exacting, industry-recognized standards.”

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Nuix (www.nuix.com) creates innovative software that empowers organizations to simply and quickly find the truth from any data in a digital world. We are a passionate and talented team, delighting our customers with software that transforms data into actionable intelligence and helps them overcome the challenges of litigation, investigation, risk, compliance, and security.

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