Multi-regulated FX and CFDs broker, BDSwiss announced on Thursday that it has received two International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) certifications for information security management system and quality management.
Both the certifications, which were issued by external bodies, TÜV Cyprus and TÜV Hellas, were received by Cypriot-registered BDSwiss Holding Ltd.
The ISO 9001 certification demonstrates the integration of quality processes, while ISO 27001 certification validates security infrastructure.
The official press release boasted that BDSwiss has become one of the few Cypriot entities to have these certifications, which will build customer trust for its services.
Commenting on the development, BDSwiss’ Chief Information and Technology Officer, Christos Alatzidis, said: “The combined acquisition of these particular ISO classifications is not a very common occurrence, but one that continues to gain popularity across all industries – and rightly so.”
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Ensuring Safety and Quality
Headquartered in Switzerland, BDSwiss is regulated in several jurisdictions and offers trading services within Europe under its Cypriot entity. Additionally, the broker received a license from the Seychelles regulator for its global operations.
Moreover, the broker is expanding its services for its 1.5 million clients and recently added contracts for difference (CFDs) instruments over 1,000 stocks and exchange-traded funds (ETFs).
The certifications were obtained when threats of cyberattacks on brokers are growing. Furthermore, the broker revealed that it installed an information security management system for managing information security risks.
“Considering the growth and evolution of malicious cybersecurity threats within the trading industry, we want to ensure neither we nor our clients fall victim to heinous online impropriety. To operate in the fiercely competitive financial services sector requires maintaining cutting-edge security as well as consistent product quality. Both classifications are validations that we’re doing just that.”