Premium Pension promises to sustain global best practices
The Chief Executive Officer of the company, Wilson Ideva, speaking at the presentation of ISO 27001:2013 certificate by the British Standard Institute (BSI) to the company in Abuja, said by this certification, we have once again demonstrated our commitment to ensuring the availability, integrity and confidentiality of our information asset in pursuance of global best practices.
According to him, this certification is a self-imposed duty by the company in ensuring that our information security management system meets with the expectation of our stakeholders especially our highly valued RSA holders and legacy pension fund owners that have entrusted their funds to our management.
He said “For all my legacy funds owners, by this certification which is not regulatory imposed, it further demonstrates our zeal to ensuring the safety of your funds. For our board and management team, this is another indication of ‘first’ and a measure of our strong corporate governance anchored on global practices.
The Chairman of the company, Aliyu Dikko, in his remarks said the acquisition of ISO 27001:2013 (information security management system) certification is part and parcel of the journey towards achieving our vision and mission.
According to him, the achievement of the ISO 27001:2013 certification is a visible proof of the company’s commitment to meet internationally accepted data security standards.
Premium Pension, he said, is the first among PSA’s to achieve this feat. This is attained through the foresight , hard work, and dedication of our board, management and staff who are seasoned professionals in the pension industry. What the certification means to us, he said, is to demonstrate that PPL has placed information security as a priority, while reassuring stakeholders that a best practice security system is in place with a strong compliance with PenCom IT standards.