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Security Verified – Certificate register

With the Security Verified certifation, we give recognition to organisations and team that have implemented an effective security policy. All organisations listed on this page have an ISMS similar to ISO 27001, that has been independently verified.

The Security Verified Certificate is awarded after an extensive review against the Security Verified requirements. It is awarded to the whole organisation that the security policy applies to, not to single products. Having a certificate means that all elements for an adequate level of information security are in place. It is not a guarantee that no incidents will happen, but it is strong evidence that the organisation takes information security seriously.

Each organisation receives a PDF certificate and a mention on this page. Organisations are allowed to post the PDF certificate on the website, provided it to stakeholders or send it along to prospects as evidence of their commitment to information security. This register page was created so anyone can check whether certificates are real.

List of certified organisations

  1. TAPP (registered trade name of  Tabster BV), Amsterdam, https://tapp.cafe. Review conducted by Sieuwert van Otterloo and Axel Eissens in October 2016 against version 2016.10 of the Security Verified requirements. Certificate awarded on Nov 1 2016.
  2. SOWISO BV, Amsterdam, www.sowiso.nl. Review conducted by Sieuwert van Otterloo and Joost Schalken-Pinkster in October 2016 against version 2016.10 of the Security Verified requirements. Certificate awarded on Nov 1 2016.
  3. Intelligence Group, Rotterdam, review conducted by Sieuwert van Otterloo and Axel Eissens at May 9 2017 against version 2016.10 of the Security Verified requirements. Certificate awarded on June 1 2017.
  4. Whydonate BV, Amsterdam, www.whydonate.nl. Review conducted by Sieuwert van Otterloo and Joost Schalken-Pinkster in July 2017 against version 2016.10 of the Security Verified requirements. Certificate awarded on July 20 2017.
  5. ClaimShare BV, Amsterdam, https://www.claimshare.com. Review conducted by Sieuwert van Otterloo and Joost Schalken-Pinkster on Sept 18 2017 against version 2016.10 of the Security Verified requirements. Certificate awarded on Sept 20 2017.
  6. 24sessions.com BV, Amsterdam, https://24sessions.com. Review conducted by Sieuwert van Otterloo and Joost Schalken-Pinkster on nov 29 2017 against version 2016.10 of the Security Verified requirements. Certificate awarded on Nov 30 2017.
  7. Reed Business Information Nextens XpertHR, Amsterdam, https://www.nextens.nlhttps://portal.xperthr.nl. Review conducted by Sieuwert van Otterloo and Jeroen Arnoldus on Dec 7 2017 against version 2016.10 of the Security Verified requirements. Certificate awarded on Dec 21 2017.
  8. NCOI Holding BV, Hilversum, https://www.ncoi.nl. Review conducted by Floris van den Broek and Joost Schalken-Pinkster on Dec 13 2017 against version 2016.10 of the Security Verified requirements. Certificate awarded on Jan 12 2018.
  9. Solutions 4 Delivery, Amsterdam, http://www.solutions4delivery.com. Review conducted by Floris van den Broek and Joost Krapels on Feb 21 2018 against version 2016.10 of the Security Verified requirements. Certificate awarded on Feb 26 2018.
  10. Livewords / Concorde Group B.V., Amstelveen, https://livewords.com. Review conducted by Nico Brand and Axel Eissens on Feb 13 2018 against version 2016.10 of the Security Verified requirements. Certificate awarded on March 7 2018.
  11. Sparkholder BV / LoanStreet, Amstelveen, https://sparkholder.com and https://loanstreet.nl. Review conducted by Marc Been and Sieuwert van Otterloo against version 2016.10 of the Security Verified requirements. Certificate awarded on May 9 2018.
  12. Sim-CI Holding BV, Den Haag, https://www.sim-ci.com. Review conducted by Nico Brand and Sieuwert van Otterloo against version 2018.08 of the Security Verified requirements. Certificate awarded on August 28 2018.

How does getting certified work?

  • Before you can obtain a certificate, you must set up an information security management system (ISMS). We have published a series of blog posts for all necessary elements, including getting started, asset inventoryrisk management.  We use the standard ISO 27001 as a guideline for setting up an ISMS.
  • Any organisation with an information security policy can request a review. If the reviewers conclude that the organisation meet the criteria, ICT Institute will provide a certificate.
  • Any organisation receiving a certificate is listed here, including when and where the organisation was reviewed.
  • The certificate has no fixed expiration date, but as a guideline we would not rely for any decision on a review that is more than two years old.
  • Every reviewed organisation has received a review report with detailed observations and conclusions. If you have questions about the certificate, we recommend you to request this report from the organisation.

Logo display

The following logo is the official, recommended logo for Security Verified. Any certificate holder can use this logo on their website. We recommend adding a link to https://ictinstitute.nl/security-verified-certificate-register/, so that people can verify your certificate details.

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You are allowed to make small logo changes to match your website layout. For instance, the following monochrome square version is also allowed.

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