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Another ISO27001 Certification Success !!

We specialise in supporting organisations through the ISO certification process.  Great news for one of our clients based in Scotland.  They gained ISO27001 certification in less than 3 months from our initial discussion meeting to agree how best we could support them.  Great team of people with solid senior management support and excellent focus on building and imbedding the management system saw them cross the line in double quick time.

WE HAVE MOVED!!

After 4 years in Princes Street, our business success has meant we have had to relocate a few blocks away to 21 Young Street, Edinburgh.

Fans of author Ian Rankin and the Inspector Rebus books will be interested to know that our new office is in the same street as the Oxford Bar frequented by Rebus.

Another Award for Davey Continuity

We are delighted to announce that we have won a 2014 Business Excellence Award in the category of Business Community Advice from Acquisition International Magazine – see the magazine here (page 82) – Acquisition International Magazine

Many thanks to everyone who voted for us.  We are very humbled by your kindness and support.

We look forward to providing advice to the business community for many years to come!

Business Excellence in Business Community Advice – 2014

Davey Continuity Wins Prestigious Award

We are delighted to announce that Davey Continuity has won a prestigious Global Award from Finance Monthly Magazine in the category of Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery Firm of the Year 2014 – view the awards version of the magazine here (page 12).

Our warm thanks go to everyone who voted for us.  Your support is very much appreciated and we are truly humbled by your kindness.

Relaunch of Information Security Standards

“The long awaited revised versions of information security standards ISO27001 and ISO27002 have now been launched.   This is the refresh at long last of two very important standards which have been around since 2005.  Anyone working in information security or who has responsibility for the subject in the organisations they work for should seriously consider getting hold of the standards to understand how these compare with the originals and where work needs to be done to align existing controls, processes and procedures going forward.”