Almi Tankers S.A. has become one of the first maritime companies in Greece to be awarded ISO 27001 certification by global certification and assurance company Lloyd’s Register (LR).
Almi Tankers has been awarded ISO 27001 certification for its Information Security Management System (ISMS), demonstrating that the company has reached the high quality demanded from this internationally recognised Standard.
The certificate was presented by y Philippa Charlton, BA & IS marketing director at LR to Almi Tanker’s CEO Capt. Stylianos Dimouleas at a ceremony at the company’s headquarters in Athens.
CEO Capt. Stylianos Dimouleas thanked his team for this success and commented: “We are all affected by ISO 27001 requirements on a daily basis. We took a major step to ensure that a robust Information Management System and Cyber Security System are in place and in line with EU GDPR Directives.”
LR’s marketing director, Philippa Charlton said: “ISO 27001 is a certification of best practice for ISMS. An organisation that is certified has been through a rigorous independent audit process and demonstrated its ability to meet the stringent requirements of this standard. We’re delighted for Almi Tankers S.A.”
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