CC&G has achieved the ISO 22301:2012 and the 27001:2013 certifications for its Business Continuity Management System and Information Security Management, adding a further badge of excellence among industry players and additional reliability to customers and stakeholders of CC&G's services.

The certificates were issued by the British Standards Institution (BSI), the first standardisation body in the world which publishes the most important standards related to information security and business continuity.

The project began approximately a year ago with the objective of improving the adoption of the Business Continuity Group Framework against an international standard, recognised by organisations and regulators as best practices in the market.

The decision to certify CC&G's Business Continuity Management and Security Systems was determined by the will to adopt a third party Certification Body to assess CC&G's capabilities to ensure compliance to the rules and the service levels established.