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Business Benefits of ISO 27001 and Implementation overview Webinar

 

IT Force in conjunction with Hanna Moore + Curley and Certification Europe will be running a webinar on the 21st of March discussing the business benefits of ISO 27001 and giving an Implementation overview.

ISO 27001 certification demonstrates to existing and potential customers that an organisation has identified and implemented best-practice information security processes. ISO 27001 is the only auditable international standard that defines the requirements of an ISMS (information security management system). An information security management system (ISMS) is a set of policies, procedures and systems that manage information risks, such as cyber-attacks, hacks, data leaks or theft. By implementing ISO 27001, your organisation can benefit greatly: avoiding the losses and financial penalties associated with data breaches, winning new business, and strengthening relationships with existing clients.

Participants of this webinar will:

  • Learn how to achieve compliance and reduce your liability in the event of a data breach.
  • Identify the benefits of obtaining independent assurance
  • You want to learn how ISO 27001 compliance can help you improve your information security posture.
  • Learn how ISO 27001 was achieved by an SME in Dublin.
  • Participate in our Q&A Session to have your questions answered in real time.

This webinar is free of charge, but spaces are limited so please register here.  If you have any questions please contact Kieran at marketing@itforce.ie

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CALLING ALL IT PROVIDERS!
  • Are you an IT Provider?
  • Are your clients concerned about their Cyber Security, GDPR and Brexit?
  • Do your clients work within the Public Sector in the UK or Ireland?

If you answered yes to any of these questions then this seminar is for you.

Cyber Essentials Approved Provider Seminar

Certification Europe is offering the opportunity for IT Service Providers operating in Ireland to become Approved Providers of the Cyber Essentials Certification.

Join us for a breakfast seminar on 3rd of April 2019 at the Merrion Hotel, Dublin for our FREE seminar

What are Cyber Essentials?

Cyber Essentials (CE) is a cybersecurity certification scheme that offers a sound foundation of basic IT security controls that all types of organisations can implement and potentially build upon. Implementing these controls can significantly reduce organisations vulnerability. The scheme specifies five key areas of IT security control that can help to prevent around 80% of known cyber-attacks. Cyber Essentials is for organisations of all sizes and in all sectors.

The Cyber Essentials scheme provides businesses large and small with clarity on good basic cybersecurity practice. Certification Europe is the only Irish company in Ireland to certify organisations to Cyber Essentials.

Why should you attend this seminar?

This FREE seminar will cover the following topics

  • What is a Cyber Essentials Certification?
  • What impact Cyber Essentials has on GDPR and Brexit and Public Sector?
  • What are the benefits of Cyber Essentials to your clients?
  • What are the benefits of Cyber Essentials to IT Providers?
  • Why you should become an Approved Provider for Cyber Essentials?

Who will be speaking at the seminar?

  • Michael Brophy – CEO Certification Europe
  • Simon Loughran – Head of Information Security for Certification Europe
  • Guest Speaker – TBA

Who should attend?

  • IT Service Providers who offer IT support and security to clients regardless of size

Date: Thursday, April 3rd, 2019
Registration from 7.30am

Seminar starts at 8.15 am

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Why integrating ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 works

In 2018, ISO 27001 is expected to have its’ biggest year yet with GDPR Legislation now in force across Europe. In 2016 ISO 27001 Certification increased by 20% across Europe compared 2015 (Source ISO.org). The management of data in terms, how it is used but also how it is protected are now becoming key areas of concern for businesses.

For many organisations that already implement ISO 9001 and are now choosing to implement ISO 27001, the challenge for them is how do we make this all work in sync? A common practice we see with organisations is they treat both management systems as separate projects but in fact, the best way to implement these standards is to integrate them as one system which will meet all the requirements.

By implementing an integrated approach your implementation team will save time and use less resources. It will also decrease the effort of maintaining the system and achieving continual compliance with both standards. The big plus will be it can save you money as integrated standards as audited as one which means Certification bodies will have to visit your site less often each year resulting in lower assessment costs.

Don’t repeat yourself

Traditionally ISO 9001 (Quality) and ISO 14001 (Environmental) have been the more popular integrated standard, ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 actually have many similar traits and can be fully integrated. Both standards focus on the internal/external issues relevant to the company, but from different perspectives. Both standards follow the Annex SL structure which means there are similarities in what the documentation and procedures required to effectively implement the system.

When integrating the two standards, you will reduce man-hours and resources. By ensuring your implementation team have a clear understanding of both standards and understand where the standards overlap. Your implementation project should be based not only on the current state of your organisation, in terms of compliance with the requirements of these two standards, but also on spotting shortcuts and low-hanging fruit. Some of the most important places where you can speed up the implementation are the following common requirements of both standards.

1. Interested Parties and their Requirements –

The organisation will have to determine interested parties and their requirements related to quality and information security. These requirements can be addressed with the same process, and an integrated list of interested parties can be created.

2. Responsibility and Authority to be identified –

The roles and responsibilities within the QMS and the ISMS are different, but again, they must be defined. This can be done in the same way.

3. Competence, Awareness, Communication, Control of System Documents and Records –

All these requirements are common not only for ISO 9001 and ISO 27001, but for other standards as well – and, they can be addressed in the same way and at the same time.

4. Internal Audit and Management Review –

Of course, the requirements to be audited and the review inputs and outputs are different, but the way the process is conducted is the same. Depending on the size and complexity of the company and its processes, internal audit or management review can be done at the same time or separately.

5. Both require systems for nonconformity and corrective actions –

The process of handling nonconformities and corrective actions can be the same for both standards, and there is no reason to separate them.

With all these common elements, it would seem logical to maintain one system for each common element. Keep in mind that although some requirements seem the same and can be covered with the same process, that doesn’t mean they will have the same results for both standards. The focus of ISO 9001 is on quality products and services and customer satisfaction, while ISO 27001 is focused on information security; therefore, the results of the management review as well as the inputs will be different, and the same is with most of the above-mentioned common clauses.

Additional requirements of ISO 27001

The differences between the standards usefully supplement each other, which decisively contribute to increasing business success: information security secures the company’s potential, and quality management creates it. After addressing the common requirements of the standards, the company must deal with their differences that are mostly present in clauses 6 and 8. ISO 27001 adds the following into the IMS:

1. Information security risk assessment –

The organisation needs to develop a methodology for identification and evaluation of information security risks. This process shouldn’t be mixed with addressing risks and opportunities in ISO 9001 since the second has far fewer requirements and applying the same methodology can be overwhelming and unproductive in ISO 9001.

2. Information security risk treatment –

This process doesn’t have a peer in ISO 9001, so it can be done independently. It basically requires the organisation to apply one or more information security controls listed in Annex A of ISO 27001. Does

Do Integrating systems provide ROI

By integrating the two management systems, there are many synergies that allow for combined resources to save time (up to 30%) and money on maintaining and improving the management system.

With a holistic management system approach that embodies international best practice, organisations can demonstrate compliance with both the ISO 27001 and ISO 9001 standards to customers, certification bodies, and regulatory authorities. In addition, by integrating the management of quality and information security, organisations can demonstrate both the quality and security of their processes, as well as achieve a significant competitive advantage through improved organisational performance, reduced risk, better customer satisfaction, and enhanced reputation and marketability.

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Dawn Meats has been awarded ISO 50001 energy management certification for its work in Ireland to hit sustainability targets of reducing its energy intensity by 40% by 2025.

 

The award by Certification Europe recognises Dawn’s comprehensive energy management system across 8 of its Irish processing sites. Energy audits were conducted across each location and are being used as the baseline against which future reductions will be measured through a series of improvements including heat recovery and investment in low energy infrastructure.

Dawn’s group sustainability targets for 2025 and commitments include reducing energy and water intensity by 40% and CO2 emissions intensity by 50%.

The success of the energy management system has been achieved by teamwork and a commitment to excellence, with an ‘energy champion’ leading the project at each location. The sites vary in activity type ranging from beef and lamb primary processing to production of retail ready fresh and frozen consumer packs and processing of animal by-products.

A key challenge throughout the project was designing a system that was representative of each individual site’s energy profile and activity and at the same time enabling a common format for multi-site analysis and reporting from a central hub.

Niall Browne CEO Dawn Meats commented:

“The team at Dawn Meats underwent a rigorous audit process with Certification Europe to progress our ambition to be Europe’s most sustainable meat company. Achieving certification to ISO 50001 standard is a clear recognition of the company’s commitment and that of the energy champions and the site teams involved”

Jim Gannon CEO Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) also commented:

“In taking a structured approach to energy management, organisations like Dawn Meats know what cost savings can be delivered. Approaching energy management through a certification process which is visible to suppliers and customers alike, allows companies to enjoy the recognition and the cost savings which locks in an even greater competitive advantage in the marketplace. I want to congratulate the whole team at Dawn Meats for achieving ISO 50001 certification”

Speaking at the presentation in Dublin Tara McCarthy CEO of Bord Bia said:

“Every year verified Origin Green member companies like Dawn Meats, commit to ambitious sustainability targets. The achievement of ISO 50001 certification further validates Dawn Meats sustainability credentials and is clear recognition of a significant and embedded culture of continuous improvement in the company”

Presenting the award Gerry Kelly, Finance Director of Certification Europe said:

Dawn Meats have pushed the boundaries of energy management and put themselves amongst a very select group of organisations both in Ireland and across the world, that have achieved ISO 50001 Certification”.

The award was presented to Dawn Meats CEO Niall Browne by Gerry Kelly, Finance Director Certification Europe at the Dublin offices of the SEAI.

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As GDPR comes into effect iCONX Solutions becomes the first organisation in Ireland to become formally certified under the new Personal Information Management Standard (BS 10012). Dublin based iCONX Solutions has become the first organisation in Ireland to become certified to BS 10012 which is the personal information management standard specifically designed to enable organisation to demonstrate compliance with GDPR. The certification was undertaken by Certification Europe, one of the country’s leading certification bodies. As Irish businesses come to terms with GDPR iCONX are leading the way in how many other organisations will in the future opt to comply with GDPR.

 

Every organisation that processes personal information is grappling on how best to protect the privacy of the people it affects. BS 10012 answers that quandary. It sets out simply and clearly what is best practice in terms of employee security training, personal data risks, what should be done on data retention and disposal, and helps organisations to put in place policies and procedures to enable effective management of personal information and compliance with legislation and regulations.

Who is iCONX Solutions?

Recognised by the Irish Government as “an inspiration to high-technology companies seeking to export their products and services”, iCONX has a worldwide customer footprint across 22 countries spanning Europe, Russia, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, South Asia and the Pacific Islands.

iCONX provides software as a service (SaaS) and managed services to telecoms operators worldwide, enabling them to manage and maximize interconnect and routing operations. Protecting customer information is the life-blood of the company.

iCONX’s services are delivered via primary and secondary data centres while managed services are delivered from iCONX HQ in Dublin. A typical SaaS customer may be generating upwards of 40 million telecommunications records per day.

Given both the nature and volume of the data being collected, processed and re-distributed, information governance has always been an iCONX priority.

What is BS 10012?

BS 10012 is a management system standard which has been developed to enable organisations to implement a personal information management system (PIMS). It provides a framework for maintaining and improving compliance with data protection legislation and good practice. The framework will help you to manage risks to the privacy of personal data and implement appropriate policies, procedures and controls.

Speaking at the awarding of the certification to iCONX, Michael Brophy, CEO of Certification Europe congratulated the team at iCONX on achieving a national first and noted the very direct implications for any organisation grappling with GDPR at this time. “Companies throughout Ireland are expending significant time and resources in trying to get on top of GDPR. This challenge will only grow as new guidance and case law comes into play in the coming months. iCONX have successfully demonstrated through their certification to BS 10012 that there is an agreed and established way of properly managing personal information, and that it can be done in a positive, proactive and professional manner which addresses the requirements of GDPR. iCONX have to be commended in leading the way, and it is a path which no doubt many other Irish and multinational organisations will following in the years ahead.”

 

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An Garda Síochána become the first police force in the world to achieve the globally recognised ISO 50001 certification for energy management. 9.6 Million saved in Energy cost using ISO 50001 EnMs

 

An Garda Síochána (AGS) has become the first police force in the world to achieve the globally recognised international energy management standard (ISO 50001). Since starting the project for certification AGS have saved over 9 million in energy costs and have plans for further savings as they roll out ISO 50001 across all Garda Stations.

The scale of this achievement is such that AGS scooped the top award, the Award of Excellence, at, the 2018 Energy Management Leadership awards in Denmark on Friday, beating many leading multinational businesses to the top prize.

Michael Brophy CEO of Certification Europe.

“An Garda Síochána have pushed the boundaries of energy management and put themselves amongst a very select group of organisations worldwide that have achieved ISO 50001”

The 1st national police force in the world to be certified for energy management

AGS’s certification is the culmination of eight years hard work from the implementation team tasked with reducing energy costs across the force. In 2015, AGS set an ambitious target of becoming the first police force in the world to achieve the ISO 50001 standard for energy management. AGS received ISO 50001 certification from Certification Europe comprising the Garda Headquarters site in Phoenix Park, Dublin and its entire Transport Fleet. AGS is committed to extending ISO 50001 across the entire organisation and recently extended the accreditation to Garda College. Mike Dodd Financial Accountant for AGS said: An Garda Síochána are the first national police force in the world to achieve ISO 50001 certification, achieving energy savings of 21.9% and energy cost savings of 9.3%.

Using an ISO 50001 certified energy management system across its transport fleet and at two of its largest sites, Garda Headquarters and Garda College, AGS saved

9.6 Million and reduced its CO2 emissions by 70,340 metric tons over eight years.

AGS staff have developed an operational control system to ensure efficient energy use on a continuous basis. Key achievements include:

  • Lighting: Ensure lights are switched off outside of regular office hours and, if necessary, turn off respective lights and inform assistant energy manager;
  • Heating: Ensure heating schedules and operational parameters are maintained satisfactorily according to pre-determined setpoints;
  • Ventilation & Cooling: Ensure that parameters such as temperature set points and schedules do not deviate from effective energy performance;
  • Transport Operational Control: Ensure that all vehicles are serviced at regularly defined intervals based on vehicle type. AGS Transport staff carry out audits of maintenance contractors to ensure vehicles are maintained to optimal performance.

AGS – Key Energy Savings

Under the ISO 50001 certification, AGS has achieved significant savings across the organisation reducing energy consumption by

  • 810,827 GJ (21.9% saving)
  • CO2 Emissions by 70,340 tCO2 (22.2% saving) versus the baseline year 2009.
  • Energy cost savings of €9 Million (9.3% saving vs 2009).
  • AGS’s target is to reach at least 33% improvement in its energy performance by 2020. To date, AGS are exceeding their performance target and have achieved 21.5%
What is ISO 50001:2011 Energy Management System?

ISO 50001 Energy Management System certification, provides a framework for establishing energy management best practice to help organisations to improve their energy efficiency plus make a return on investment by implementing ISO 50001. The standard enables organisations to establish the systems and processes necessary to improve energy performance, including energy efficiency, use, and consumption.

The ISO 50001 standard is a cost-effective framework to help organizations manage and continually improve their energy performance and realize cost and emission reductions. Regardless of an organization’s size or sector, this framework helps maintain and build energy and cost savings year after year. ISO 50001 is a product of international collaboration, drawing on best practices from over 50 countries and demonstrating impressive savings. The standard is proven to be business-friendly, globally relevant, and transformational, as it embeds best practices into any organization and provides a global benchmark for clean energy action.

 

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GDPR – ISO 27001 Mapping Tool Now Available

As I am sure you’re aware GDPR is now active across Europe. The regulation requires organisations to implement effective measures to ensure the data they hold is are secure from security threats plus processed and used for purposes that are clear to the user.

Why Choose ISO 27001?
ISO 27001 is a framework for information protection. According to GDPR, personal data is critical information that all organisations need to protect. The implementation of ISO 27001 identifies personal data as an information security asset, most of the EU GDPR requirements will be covered. ISO 27001 provides the means to ensure this protection. There are many points where the ISO 27001 standard can help companies achieve compliance with this regulation.

As the leading international standard and certification for information security, ISO 27001 covers 75-80% of GDPR. This makes it the ideal choice of a framework to support GDPR compliance. 

The connection between GDPR and ISO 27001 is around personal data. GDPR focuses specifically on the criticality of protecting and appropriately managing personal data. ISO 27001 focuses more broadly on creating an information security management system (ISMS) to prevent data loss or exfiltration and ensure that a firm’s information security posture can be maintained, and incidents identified, logged and reported. This includes guidance on how to handle and protect personal data in a secure, trustworthy manner.

What can you do?
Your first task is to review how exactly ISO 27001 can cover your organisation in relation to GDPR. We have put together you with an ISO 27001/ GDPR Mapping Tool which you can use to understand how the information security standard can help you achieve GDPR Compliance.

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If you have any questions about ISO 27001 or the GDPR contact our advisors by phone or email and we will explain the entire process from Implementation to Certification.

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ISO 45001 MIGRATION POLICY NOW AVAILABLE What is ISO 45001?

On March 12th, 2018 ISO 45001: 2018 Occupational Health & Safety Management System was released. ISO 45001 will now replace the existing OHSAS 18001:2007 standard. The new standard is the world’s first occupational health and safety standard that is recognised globally. The standard is designed to provide a safe and healthy workplace for your employees. ISO 45001 has been designed for both organisations large and small and can be tailored to meet the needs of the organisation’s objectives. The new standard has also been updated to allow smoother integration with other ISO standards such as ISO 9001 (Quality) and ISO 14001 (Environmental).

If you’re currently certified to OHSAS 18001 then you will need to migrate to ISO 45001. All migration audits to ISO 45001 must be completed by 12th December 2020. ISO 45001 – What to do next? Contact our team

If you are an existing client of Certification Europe or with another Certification body, Certification Europe can help you upgrade your existing Health & Safety Management Systems to the new standard.

Communicate to your organisation

Inform top management about migration to ISO 45001 is now available and implemented from 2018. Generate employee awareness about the standard, This will ensure buy-in from all parties and make your migration more efficient.

Read the Migration Policy to ISO 45001:2018

Our Migration policy provides details about Certification Europe’s requirements for any organisation that wishes to migrate to ISO 45001. Click here to download the ISO 45001 Migration Policy.

Book an ISO 45001 Gap Analysis prior to upgrading to the new standard

The Gap Analysis is the perfect way to start your migration to ISO 45001. It can help you identify any weaknesses in your system prior to formal assessment. Once you have successfully upgraded to ISO 45001 your dedicated assessor will visit you regularly to make sure you remain compliant and support your continual improvement.

If you wish to learn more about Migrating to ISO 45001 in 2018 and become one of the first organisations in Ireland to achieve the standard. Our team are available to go through the entire process and can assist in developing an implementation plan for ISO 45001 Certification.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.
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Combilift has been awarded the globally recognised standards in Environmental Management ISO 14001:2015 and Health & Safety OHSAS 18001:2007 by Certification Europe.

Rob Lyons of Certification Europe presented both certificates to the implementation team and the Managing Director of Combilift Martin McVicar at the official unveiling of their new Combilift Facility in Co. Monaghan.

Combilift is the largest global manufacturer of multi-directional forklifts and an acknowledged leader in long load handling solutions. More than 38,000 units have been sold in over 85 countries since Combilift was established in 1998.

The driving force behind Combilift’s operations is a desire to deliver innovation in the material handling arena. Responsiveness to the ever-changing needs of the customer permeates every area of the business. Combilift employs more than 500 people and occupies a brand new, purpose-built facility spanning 46,500 m² in Monaghan, Ireland. Insert Combilift quote.

Rob Lyons, Business Development Manager of Certification Europe, added: “Achieving these certifications Combilift is taking responsibility for the wellbeing of its employees and customers while setting a robust example for the Industry in relation to the impact on the environment. Certification to these standards now provides a platform to continuously improve on the standards they have set, and we look forward to working with Combilift in the future.

This is the third management system certification awarded to Combilift in recent years as they’re already certified to ISO 9001:2015 (Quality Management) and are currently going through the Certification process for ISO 50001:2011 which is the Energy Management System.

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Begin the transition to ISO 45001 with Certification Europe

On March 12th, 2018 ISO 45001: 2018 Occupational Health & Safety Management System was released. ISO 45001 will now replace the existing OHSAS 18001:2007 standard. The new standard is the world’s first occupational health and safety standard that is recognised globally. The standard is designed to provide a safe and healthy workplace for your employees. ISO 45001 has been designed for both organisations large and small and can be tailored to meet the needs of the organisation’s objectives. The new standard has also been updated to allow smoother integration with other ISO standards such as ISO 9001 (Quality) and ISO 14001 (Environmental).

If you’re currently certified to OHSAS 18001 then you will need to migrate to ISO 45001 as OHSAS 18001 will be withdrawn. We have the expertise and knowledge to help you to upgrade your certification and get the most from ISO 45001.

ISO 45001 – What to do next?
  • Contact our team.

If you are an existing client of Certification Europe or with another Certification body, Certification Europe can help you upgrade your existing Health & Safety Management Systems to the new standard.

  • Communicate with your organisation

Inform your management team about the new requirements and your whole organisation about the changes. This will ensure buy-in from all parties and make your migration more successful.

  • Read the Migration Policy to ISO 45001:2018

Our Migration policy provides details about Certification Europe’s requirements for any organisation that wishes to migrate to ISO 45001.  Click here to download the ISO 45001 Migration Policy.

  • Book an ISO 45001 Gap Analysis prior to upgrading to the new standard

This can be really beneficial as it can help you identify any weaknesses in your system prior to formal assessment. Once you have successfully upgraded to ISO 45001 your a dedicated assessor will visit you regularly to make sure you remain compliant and support your continual improvement.

If you wish to learn more about Migrating to ISO 45001 in 2018 our team are available to go through the entire process and can assist in developing an implementation plan for ISO 45001 Certification.

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