AENOR has presented Solitium with the ENS certificateNational security scheme for the strict security measures it implements in its internal and client processes. This guarantees the adequate protection of services, systems, data and communications, certifying their Information Systems and Services for the Intermediate Category.
After conducting the audit, AENOR has highlighted the increase in security in the technical posts and tools used by SOLITIUM professionals, as well as in the use of a new security and cybersecurity incident management system. The National Security Framework (Royal Decree 3/2010) is essentially a set of basic principles and minimum requirements that guarantee adequate protection of services, systems, data and communications. The degree of rigour and compliance varies depending on the criticality of the assets and information systems analysed.
Together with compliance with the requirements that guarantee the adequate protection of services, systems, data and communications, AENOR has taken into account the increase in safety in technical posts and tools used by SOLITIUM professionals; the new ticketed security and cybersecurity incident management system used by the Aragon-based business. the enforcement of systems in accordance with ENS guidelines; and analysis of client system security, to certify SOLITIUM in the National Security Framework.
Please find more information in the press release attached.
In the photograph, from left to right, Enrique Bello, Director of AENOR in Aragon; Ana Belén Sango and Carlos Prat, business director at SOLITIUM.