Protecting your data: HypnoVR commits to ISO/IEC 27001:2017 certification

HypnoVR, the European leader in digital therapies for pain and anxiety management, is proud to announce that it has been awarded NF EN ISO/IEC 27001:2017 certification for its information security management system.

IT security, which is essential in the healthcare sector, aims to guarantee the availability and integrity of data, thereby ensuring continuity of care and patient confidence. Connected medical devices such as HypnoVR naturally have to meet the highest safety standards.

ISO 27001:2017 certification reinforces our commitment to the protecting the sensitive data of our customers, employees and partners. This recognition reinforces the confidence of healthcare establishments and companies in the quality and safety of the therapeutic virtual reality solutions offered by HypnoVR.

NF EN ISO/IEC 27001:2013 + COR1:2014 + COR2:2015:2017 is an international standard for information security management systems. It requires the identification and assessment of information security risks and the implementation of robust measures to mitigate them. It is essential to stress that obtaining this certification is not an end in itself for HypnoVR. On the contrary, it symbolises the beginning of a resolute and ongoing commitment to the constant improvement of our information security practices.

La santé de demain ne peut se construire qu’avec la confiance des patients, soignants et établissements de santé. Nous sommes fiers de franchir cette nouvelle étape chez HypnoVR avec une certification qui vient compléter nos certifications ISO13485 signe de la qualité de nos dispositifs médicaux.

Nicolas Schaettel, PDG d’HypnoVR.

HypnoVR is actively committed to validating and securing the use of therapeutic virtual reality, with the aim of setting new standards on the market. This ensures that patients and healthcare professionals benefit from secure, certified solutions to improve the quality of care.

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