PTL Limited achieves ISO 27001 Information Security Certification

15th November 2019 

The company specializes in design and implementation of enterprise-level architectures, offering a fusion of world class technology, years of experience, high service levels and a genuine passion for client success.

PTL Ltd, the leading information technology services provider, has achieved the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) 27001 certification, the most widely recognised information security management certification.

ISO 27001 is the best known among ISO’s family of standards which is designed to help organisations manage the security of assets such as financial information, intellectual property, employee details and data entrusted to businesses by third parties.

This critical certification achieved by PTL Ltd complements its quality certification ISO 9001 which has been maintained since July 2000 and covers all the activities of the business.

“As a provider of information technology services, this certification demonstrates our strong commitment towards maintaining the highest standards of information security,” Pierre Attard, Managing Director of PTL Ltd said. “It also assures our customers, partners and prospects that the protection of their data is paramount to our operation and reputation.”

PTL Ltd, part of Harvest, partners major names including IBM, NCR, CISCO, Red Hat, VMWare, Lenovo and Microsoft. In business since 1946, the company is heavily engaged in providing specialized technical solutions and software engineering to international immigration and border control in Malta and overseas, health, banking, retail and distribution sectors.

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