Vulog, leading technology provider for shared mobility solutions, announced today that it has been certified ISO 27001 compliant by Bureau Veritas.
NICE. 23 November, 2022. Vulog, leading tech provider for shared mobility solutions, announced today that it has been certified ISO 27001 compliant by Bureau Veritas.
Leading tech company now ISO27001 certified
This industry-first milestone authenticates Vulog’s highest security standards throughout the whole development and roll-out cycles of its mobility software and IoT solutions (e.g. carsharing, micromobility, digital rental, subscription). Accordingly, it demonstrates Vulog’s commitment to the effective implementation of management systems and their continuous improvement.
Published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), ISO 27001 is a global standard for information security. The robust requirements of this security management framework ensure best practices for securing assets. This includes, but is not limited to, corporate information, intellectual property, employee information, and information entrusted by third parties. Bureau Veritas is a world leader in testing, inspection, and certification services and counts 82,000 employees around the globe.
Vulog’s technology underpins some of the largest shared and connected fleets across the world. Powered by artificial intelligence, its solutions are designed to enable mobility operators to reach profitability in record time and offer a flawless user experience.
“Data privacy and security are a top priority for our clients. As world class shared mobility operators – from dealership groups to car rental companies to corporate mobility departments – our clients require a trusted partner who delivers the highest standard of excellence at all levels. The ISO 27001 certification offers them that extra peace of mind.”
More about Vulog
Vulog is the leading technology provider for new mobility services and powers some of the largest shared and connected fleets across the world, since 2006. Every second in the world, someone starts a trip powered by Vulog.
Vulog’s AI-powered mobility platform enables major automotive players and dealerships (Toyota, Kia Motors, Stellantis Group) as well as major mobility operators and other industry players (e.g. energy companies, insurance groups) to launch and grow profitable shared-vehicle services (e.g. carsharing, micromobility, digital rental, subscription, corporate mobility).