• ISMS Policy Statement

ISMS Policy Statement

Top management at CCAS understands the Information Security needs and expectations of its interested parties both within the organisation and from external parties including clients, suppliers, regulatory and Governmental departments.

Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability of information in Information Security Management
are integral parts of its management function and view these as their primary responsibility and fundamental to best business practice. Information security policy is aligned to the requirements of ISO/IEC 27001: 2013; the Company is committed to:

  • ­Comply to all applicable laws and regulations and contractual obligations
  • ­Implement Information Security Objectives that take into account information security requirements following the results of applicable risk assessments
  • ­Communicate these Objectives and performance against them to all interested parties
  • ­Adopt an Information Security Management System comprising manual and procedures which provide direction and guidance on information security matters relating to employees, customers,
  • suppliers and other interested parties who come into contact with its work
  • ­Work closely with Customers, Business partners and Suppliers in seeking to establish appropriate information security standards
  • ­Adopt a forward-thinking approach on future business decisions, including the continual review of risk evaluation criteria, which may impact on Information Security
  • ­Ensure management resources to better meet information security requirements
  • ­Instruct all members of staff in the needs and responsibilities of Information Security Management
  • ­Constantly strive to meet its customer's expectations
  • ­Implement continual improvement initiatives, including risk assessment and risk treatment strategies

Responsibility for upholding this policy is company-wide under the authority of the Managing
Director who encourages the personal commitment of all staff to address
information security as part of their skills.

The policy has been approved by the Directors and is reviewed annually or sooner should a significant change occur in order to ensure its continuing suitability, adequacy and effectiveness.