Now the Russian trading platform meets international standards in the field of information security and business continuity.
Russia’s largest trading platform, the Moscow exchange said yesterday that its certification to ISO on international standards for information security and business continuity in the organization of trading, clearing services, and provision of services on equity, derivatives, FX and money markets.
Certification of the Moscow exchange made an independent audit of Moscow exchange and National clearing center (NCC) conducted by Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance, a leading global provider of independent certification services. Certification is voluntary and provides for full compliance with more than 100 technical and administrative measures aimed at ensuring information security and business continuity. The audit also confirmed that the Group uses effective management techniques to ensure availability and security of advanced information technologies in their activities.
“Furthermore, certification according to ISO 27001:2013 and ISO 22301:2012 implies an annual regular external audits to guarantee that the company will continue to follow world standards in the field of information security and business continuity”, said in a recent release of the marketplace.
The Director of the Department operational risk, information security and business continuity of the Moscow exchange Sergey Demidov, commented: “financial market infrastructure is extremely important not only to comply with regulatory requirements, but also focus on modern international practice. At the same time, it is an opportunity to increase the attractiveness of the Russian market for professional participants and their clients, and to improve the transparency of the system of management of the company in the eyes of its shareholders and investors.”