ISO 27001 certification

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When selecting a new BI tool there is always somebody who insists the BI company needs certain certificates. Like ISO 27001 for example...

Although I don't think these kind of certificates are an assurance that all is well within a certain company it certainly helps when you know a company is audited on a regulary basis.

I was somewhat surprised I could not find any information about YellowFin and information security Certification. I know you do not have a cloud based solution where you 'control' client data but these certificates also say something about the way a company is conducting there work-process.

Have I missed this information? Is it an conscious choice to not have those. I am just curious. This is in no way a reflection of how I think about YF.

Kind regards,


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Hi Jeroen,

Thanks for reaching out with your question. In regards to ISO 27001 specifically, this isn't something we've pursued directly at this time.

That being said, Yellowfin has recently been awarded a Certificate of Assurance by Cyber Essentials. Visible here:

Please don't hesitate to reach out with any further questions or issues.



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