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RECKON UNDERSCORES COMMITMENT TO SECURING VIRTUAL CABINET CUSTOMER DATA WITH ISO 27001:2013 CERTIFICATION 

Reckon joins an elite group of leading organisations worldwide that are committed to information security

Reckon Software announced today that it has been awarded ISO 27001:2013 certification for the Virtual Cabinet document management and integrated portal solution. Achieving the standard is a clear demonstration of the company’s commitment to apply stringent security measures during the software development process and to quality assurance.

ISO/IEC 27001:2013 specifies a formal information security management system that identifies, designs and implements the security controls necessary to help ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets, including customer data. Reckon’s certification was awarded following a rigorous audit.

Mark Woolley, Director, Reckon Software said: “The protection of our customers’ data is a top priority for Reckon and users of our solutions can be confident that Reckon is committed to providing industry-leading levels of protection at all times. Data security is built in to all aspects of our business from strategic planning to the development of our solutions and in our day-to-day operations and is fine tuned to keep pace with changes to security threats, vulnerabilities and business impacts in this dynamic field.”

The Reckon Virtual Cabinet document management and portal solution specifically helps professional firms to communicate electronically and securely, keeping confidential client data safe and meeting requirements of new privacy focused legislation. The portal speeds up the approval process and is used in 110 countries and over 1.5 M documents were published to the Virtual Cabinet portal during the 12 month period ending December 2015.