Kingsley Napley becomes the first law firm to
achieve triple ISO certification as an
Integrated Management System

13 February 2020

We are pleased to announce that Kingsley Napley has achieved ISO 9001, ISO 22301 and ISO 27001 certifications, joining a select group of law firms who have achieved multiple ISO standards. We are the first law firm to achieve all three as an Integrated Management System, which demonstrates our commitment to quality, information security and business continuity.
 

Tony Bennett, Project Lead and Senior Information Security Executive at Kingsley Napley comments:

The way in which we have delivered this project is testament to Kingsley Napley’s culture of delivering the highest possible standards to our clients.

ISO 27001 is coveted as the gold standard in Information Security and a standard which we are proud to achieve. The standard delivers very high thresholds for managing the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the firm’s information assets. Integrating this with a Quality (ISO 9001) and a Business continuity Standard (ISO 22301) provides a highly resilient, secure and efficient operating framework”

The 12 month project was completed at the start of 2020 when Alcumus ISOQAR who conducted the external auditing issued the certificates. The firm was also supported internally by Blackmores UK, a multi-discipline management consultancy.

For further information please contact Tony Bennett, Senior Information Security Executive

About ISO certification

ISO (International Organisation for Standardisation) sets the standards by which organisations ensure their materials, products, processes and services are reliable and secure.

ISO is a network of national standards institutes from 163 countries working in partnership with international organisations, governments, industry, business and consumer representatives.

 

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