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Data Virtuality is ISO27001 certified

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We are happy to announce that we have received the ISO/IEC 27001:2017 certification, the best-known standard for information security management systems.

ISO/IEC 27001 is the world’s best-known standard for information security management systems (ISMS) and their requirements. It aims to help companies make their information assets more secure by detailing the prerequisites for establishing, implementing, maintaining and continually improving their information security management system.

Obtaining this certification again proves our commitment to the highest security standards for both our business and our clients. 

“The security of our clients’ data has always been one of the top priorities at Data Virtuality. We work with leading businesses in the fields of finance and healthcare that handle sensitive data. The ISO27001 certification further proves that our systems can satisfy their security needs.” says Dr. Nick Golovin, CEO and Founder at Data Virtuality.

The Data Virtuality Platform

The Data Virtuality Platform brings together the best of data virtualization and ELT/ETL in a single, comprehensive data management solution.

Through the data virtualization engine you can retrieve data using a single query language, get query response, and assemble different data models or views of the data all in almost real-time. While also ensuring fast query response.

In this manner, the effort-intensive physical transfer of the data is minimized and simplified, effectively removing lengthy data movement delays from the critical path of data integration projects.

How can Data Virtuality help your business?

We’ve helped thousands of organizations around the world to lower the costs associated with their data integration initiatives, to increase the productivity of their data teams and reduce time to insights for their business intelligence teams. 

Book a demo and discover how our platform can help your business thrive.

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