Marking yet another milestone in its commitment to security, RVM Enterprises, Inc., a leader in the eDiscovery industry, has re-certified under the ISO 27001:2013 standard. RVM was originally certified under the ISO 27001:2005 standard in August of 2012 and has undergone a battery of stringent tests and audits to achieve the ISO 27001:2013 certification.
Cyber threats are on the rise across industries and around the world. RVM recognizes just how important it is to provide its clients with the framework of this important security certification. RVM standardized its Information Security Management Systems (ISMS) on the ISO 27001:2013 due to its international recognition, organizational value, and effectiveness at mitigating risk. This standard includes requirements for top management support, security awareness, risk assessment, and risk treatment.
“RVM prides itself in its sensitivity and commitment to the security of our clients’ data,” said Geoffrey Sherman, RVM’s Chief Technology Officer. “RVM recognizes that clients have a choice when it comes to the selection of a litigation support vendor and that choice comes down to a number of factors. Although not always the case, security is often either overlooked, or not appropriately validated. If ISO27001:2013 is referenced, RVM recommends that companies perform their due diligence on the scope in which that organization is certified under. If the services you are engaging are either not covered within the scope or appropriate compensating controls are not in place, you may want to think again about the selection of that vendor.”
RVM has a strong record in its commitment to security. In addition to RVM’s ISO27001:2013 Certification, RVM holds Safe Harbor EU Compliance; HIPAA Compliance; and kCura Orange-level Relativity Best in Service designation. RVM has also ensured that its data centers are Tier III or higher as well as holding an SSAE 16 SOC 1 Type II Certification.