Earning this certification is an important milestone for the company as it demonstrates implementation of secure practices across technology and processes to manage information security across all its products
Digital Health startup MFine has announced that it has secured International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 27001 certification. The ISO 27001 is an international standard on how to manage information security and using it enables organizations of any kind to manage the security of assets such as financial information, intellectual property, employee details or information entrusted by third parties.
Earning this certification is an important milestone for the company as it demonstrates implementation of secure practices across technology and processes to manage information security across all its products.
Ajit Narayanan, CTO, MFine said, “We are delighted to have earned this recognition. Over the years, MFine has always taken information security, data privacy and data protection as a priority. This is extremely important for our consumers and in the healthcare domain in general. This certification gives the consumers the proof that we have the best practices that ensure information security and is a testament that we do the right things to keep everyone’s information secure and safe. By following the best practices of the certification, we will continue to be dedicated to employing international standards to protect our data and information while strengthening our market leadership.”
In 2020, MFine expanded its geographical coverage beyond physical boundaries of the cities to serve people from over 1,000 towns in India and launched several new services such as AI-based self-assessment of various health conditions and long-term care programs for chronic conditions.