Keystone Bank gets two ISO certifications

Keystone Bank.  Photo credit  brandpowerng

Keystone Bank. Photo credit brandpowerng

Keystone Bank has obtained two certifications from the International Organisation for Standardisation, ISO.

The certifications are: the ISO 20000 for IT Service Management Systems (ITMS) and ISO 27001 for Information Security System (ISMS).

The development, according to the bank, attests that the lender has aligned with world-class standards in protecting customer information and providing stellar services to its stakeholders via efficient and effective use of Information Technology.

The certification was issued after a rigorous audit exercise conducted by the British Standard Institute (BSI), in keeping with Keystone Bank’s vision to be the preferred partner to its customers via the use of Information Technology.

The Executive Director, Operations and Technology, Mrs. Yvonne Isichei, said: “Keystone Bank is committed to following global best practices and standards in all its operations because we believe our customers should be assured of consistent service delivery, convenience and reliability.

“These certifications also give our stakeholders increased confidence and confirms the security of information and information technology service at all levels.

“With this, customers can be assured that we have put processes in place to protect the information that they give us.”

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