May 12, 2022
BugBase is now ISO 27001:2013 Compliant

BugBase is excited to announce that our platform is now certified and compliant with ISO 27001 standards, one of the most widely recognised and internationally accepted information security standards. Bugbase's security compliance was validated by The International Accreditation Service (IAS) in order to receive the accreditation. IAS is an international organisation that gives objective evidence that a company adheres to the highest ethical, legal, and technical standards.

About ISO 27001:2013

ISO 27001:2013 identifies requirements and specifications for a comprehensive Information Security Management System (ISMS), defines how an organisation should manage and treat information more securely, including applicable security controls. It is also one of the few standards that use a top-down, risk-based approach to evaluation.

From the founders

"Achieving the ISO 27001 certification is a crucial and consequential accomplishment for BugBase" said Dhruva Goyal, the founder of BugBase.

Obtaining ISO 27001 accreditation demonstrates that we are on the right track to continually improve the security and services of our platform and also substantiates that Bugbase protects the data of its customers, partners, and security researchers with the highest level of security and privacy. We plan to continue maintaining the highest levels of security controls and processes and hope to lead our organization into a more secure future.

In conclusion

After a rigorous process of demonstrating an ongoing and systematic approach to managing and protecting the company and customer data., BugBase was provided with the ISO 27001: 2013 certification which demonstrates that BugBase meets rigorous international standards in ensuring the security and integrity of our platform.

Below is our ISO certificate from QFS.

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