DataRobot, the leading enterprise AI platform, today announced it has received its ISO 27001 certification for information security. ISO 27001 is an internationally recognised set of information security standards published by the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) that govern the security of information assets such as intellectual property, financial information, employee information, as well as information entrusted by third parties.

With customers across all verticals, including highly regulated industries like banking and healthcare, it was imperative that DataRobot validated their security measures through a formal certification. The certification means customers can trust that DataRobot has put in necessary safeguards to increase the reliability and security of systems and information.

“Achieving this certification demonstrates our commitment to identifying the risks, assessing the implications, and putting into place controls to limit damage to the organisation and to our customers,” said Andrew Smeaton, Chief Information Security Officer, DataRobot. “I’m proud of our team’s dedication that will only improve our customers’ experience with DataRobot.”

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