Interlog Solutions is now ISO 27001 certified

We are thrilled to have received ISO 27001 accreditation, a globally recognized certification that ensures compliance with International Organization for Standardization demonstrating effective information security. It also demonstrates that our company has a commitment to safeguarding sensitive information. Interlog efficiently manages information security challenges, and has policies, procedures, and controls in place to protect the data we hold.

Interlog was meticulously audited to become ISO 27001 certified through an evaluation process that included gap analysis, risk assessment, development and implementation of an ISMS, internal audit, management review, corrective action, and certification audit. Following ISO 27001 accreditation, Interlog is now subject to periodic surveillance audits to ensure continued compliance with the standard.

Our daily goal is to provide the best service possible to our consumers; this accreditation underlines our commitment to keeping information secure in a digital world. We will continue to focus on protecting the data of our customers and partners, as well as continuously improving our systems, to ensure the safety of all who have entrusted their data to us.

Some of the key benefits for our customers are: 

  • Enhanced Data Protection
  • Increased confidentiality
  • Business continuity
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Trust and Reputation
  • Provider Selection

Interlog Solutions

Interlog Solutions is a French IT company that specializes in the publishing and hosting of collaborative logistics and transportation solutions. Our clients include both small and large businesses, both nationally and internationally. Part of the tools available are Transware – a Multicarrier Parcel Management solution; OCS vmi – VMI software and Click & Track a TMS collaborative platform. 



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