The ISO 27001 designation formally confirms the company adheres to legal, physical, and technical controls that put Bubble on par with the world’s top cloud software providers.
The announcement verifies that Bubble systematically approaches business information management and applies the highest standard of data security. In order to achieve the certification, Bubble’s compliance was validated by an independent audit firm after demonstrating adherence to a comprehensive framework of policies, procedures, and controls.
Announcing the accreditation, Laura Erickson commented: “It’s still the case that relatively few Project Portfolio Management software vendors have ISO 27001 certification. This is surprising. Especially given that data governance, risk, compliance, and security, are all key concerns for today’s enterprise. We’ve seen a real increase in requests for ISO certification and, while it’s not yet mandatory for the sector, I don’t see the trend abating.”
ISO Data Security and Compliance Manager Jake Langford added, “Bubble’s certification is tangible proof of our high standards for information security. This announcement reassures current and prospective users of our PPM software that we treat data confidentiality, integrity, and availability, with the utmost importance.”
Bubble help organizations to select the right projects, execute them reliably, and continuously increase their productivity. Bubble Innovator™ is a leading cloud-based Project Portfolio Management Software designed to ensure everyone is working on the right things - as productively as possible. Differentiated by a focus on usability, it’s powerful, intuitive, and fully configurable! Visit www.bubblegroup.com for more information.
Mark Illman Business Insight Manager
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