We are delighted to announce that FACE has achieved ISO/IEC 27001:2005 certification.
ISO/IEC 27001:2005 Information Security Management is the international standard for information security and ensures the correct people, processes, procedures and technology are in place to secure an organisation’s information assets.
Information security ensures the preservation of:
- Confidentiality – ensuring that access to information is appropriately authorised
- Integrity – safeguarding the accuracy and completeness of information and processing methods
- Availability – ensuring that authorised users have access to information when they need it
Paul Clifford, Director of FACE said:
“Achieving this accreditation is an important element of our commitment to the sensitive management of personal data and demonstrates to our customers and partners the high priority that we give to information security.”
FACE has just completed phase one of an ongoing study which demonstrates that a properly developed RAS provides a fair, robust, sustainable and accurate method of allocating personal budgets according to need.
To access this study please click below:
The FACE RAS and ‘£ per point’ how do they compare?
For more info about the FACE RAS please contact email@example.com
FACE is pleased to announce the launch of our Telecare Project, with a launch event to be held in Nottingham on 25th September.
This meeting will formally launch the FACE Telecare Tools plus associated products.
The meeting will include presentations on:
- The FACE Telecare Assessments
- The FACE Telecare Cost Saving Study – including the proposal for local audits
- The FACE Telecare eLearning Tool
Attendees will discover how FACE can support their organisation in the effective use of assistive technology to support independence and quality of life as well as achieving significant cost savings.
To register for this event, please click on the link below and enter your details:
If you would like more information on this event please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone on 0845 862 1259.