Themis Global Awarded ISO 27001 Re-Certification

Themis Global, the UK’s leading Customer Engagement, Retention and Arrears Management solutions provider, are proud to announce that they have successfully been re-certified for the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) 27001 Information Security Standard.

ISO 27001 is an international standard that recognises Themis Global’s dedication to managing information security and potential security risks. The standard encompasses all of their people, processes & technology; and guarantees the robustness and quality of Themis Global’s risk management processes.

Conducted by the independent certification body, the British Standards Institution (BSI), Themis Global met or exceeded their rigorous assessment criterion which specifies the requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining and continually improving an information security management system (ISMS) within the organisation. By applying and following the necessary steps to comply with this standard, Themis Global evidenced the identification, control and elimination of security risks, ultimately certifying the security practices adopted within their organisation.

They are thrilled to have once again received #ISO27001 accreditation from the BSI as it is only awarded to those who can demonstrate meeting the highest quality standards for information security management.


Themis Global's award winning teams develop bespoke Engagement and Retention Strategies for clients in many sectors including; Finance, Telephony, Energy/Utility, Home Shopping, Insurance and Local/Central Government.

They create and optimise bespoke solutions which quickly redefine the perception of what is achievable; providing protection to Customers, reducing risks and significantly increasing performance.


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