Batelco expands its existing information security certification

New ISO 27001:2013 certification in information security includes wider scope to enhance protection of customer data and compliance with TRA regulation
Mohamed Bubashait said that the company is keen to raise the competencies of its employees in various fields of work, especially information security.
Mohamed Bubashait said that the company is keen to raise the competencies of its employees in various fields of work, especially information security.

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Batelco has received a new ISO certificate in information security (ISO 27001:2013) that covers a wider scope, following a thorough and vigorous auditing process conducted by Certification Bureau Veritas.

The certification was received for the following units:technology units: telecom network and IT; retail operations; data centres; wholesale operations and cyber security operations.

Batelco Bahrain CEO Mohamed Bubashait extended his gratitude to all the teams who participated in the achievement which supports Batelco's commitment to the protection of its customer data. He also said that the company is keen to raise the competencies of its employees in various fields of work, especially information security.


Batelco GM cyber and corporate security Shaikh Khalid Al Khalifa

Batelco GM cyber and corporate security Shaikh Khalid Al Khalifa noted that Batelco's ISO 27001: 2013 certification confirms that Batelco is committed to ensuring the confidentiality of its customers' information in all operations and that it takes information security seriously.

"Furthermore, Batelco is also keen to comply with international standards and regulations announced by the TRA," he added.

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