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Another certification proving Geotab’s ability to meet the highest standard of cybersecurity

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Mont Saint-Hilaire, QC, April 9th 2021 – Cybersecurity is a hot topic as data management keep shaping the pathway for the transportation industry. In this context, AttriX is proud to be an integrating partner of Geotab, a global leader in the Internet of Things and connected transportation, which has successfully obtained the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 27001 certification. This certification confirms the integrity of its Information Security Management System (ISMS). With this, Geotab has achieved ISO 27001 for its telematics offering, including the global GO device and MyGeotab platform, as well as its four offices in North America.

ISO 27001 is a globally recognized standard mandating numerous controls for the establishment, maintenance, and certification of an organization’s ISMS. The ISMS encompasses all policies and processes relevant to how data is controlled and used within an organization. To obtain this certification, Geotab underwent a comprehensive set of internal and external reviews by a third-party auditor, the BSI Group Canada, who confirmed that the company’s ISMS meets the stringent requirements set forth by ISO.

Data security, a top priority at Geotab

With more than 40,000 customers around the world, Geotab processes over 40 billion data points every day and prioritizes the implementation and maintenance of stringent security, technical, and organizational measures designed to help keep customers’ data secured and their privacy protected. In addition to the ISO 27001 certification, Geotab recently announced the achievement of FIPS 140-2 validation and FedRAMP certification, both of which demonstrate Geotab’s ability to meet the highest standard of cybersecurity requirements set forth by the U.S. federal government.

“With our customers’ information security at top of mind, we are proud to achieve ISO 27001 for our global telematics offering and North American office locations,” said Ryan Brander, AVP, Security at Geotab.

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