Crypto.com has announced that it has received the renowned ISO 22301 certification. This standard specifies guidelines and requirements for a management system to minimize the likelihood of incidents interfering with the work process.
Crypto.com becomes ISO 22301 certified.
The exchange has received ISO 22301 certification from the internationally recognized British Standards Institution (BSI). As a result, BSI shows regulators, consumers, and other stakeholders that Crypto.com follows the best market management practices. This also emphasizes the stock exchange’s business maturity.
The ISO 22301 certification confirms the business resiliency of Crypto.com operations. “Resilience is an important part of our business, so customers know that we respond to changing circumstances in a systematic manner.” said Jason Lau, director of information security at Crypto.com.
The ISO 22301 standard applies to all businesses, large and small. It describes the requirements for a BCM system and helps you understand your organization and create a BCM strategy. It is essential for high-risk industries like energy and financial services.
Compliance with ISO 22301 provides a clear and detailed picture of an organization’s operations. These insights can be used in strategic planning and risk management, supply chain management, and business transformation.
According to Kris Marszalek, co-founder and CEO of Crypto.com, “A well-established business continuity management system demonstrates our organization’s ability to respond to and recover from incidents [for example, during a cyberattack]. Obtaining an independent assessment and certification is essential for our company as we continue to earn the trust of our customers and partners as we expand globally. “
Disclaimer: The information provided in this article is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as financial or investment advice. Cryptocurrency investments are subject to market risks, and individuals should seek professional advice before making any investment decisions.