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  • Oneview Healthcare (ONE) has been granted a key international security accreditation that could open doors for its prospective cloud-based enterprise
  • Following an independent audit of Oneview’s systems, the company was awarded the ISO 27001 certification which marks an international standard for information security risk management
  • More broadly, it looks to be an important milestone for Oneview, which is in the process of developing a cloud-hosted care management solution for the aged care industry
  • Oneview’s Chief Executive, James Fitter, said the move will provide additional confidence to large healthcare enterprises
  • Oneview Healthcare is up a healthy 17.5 per cent following the announcement, trading at 37 cents per share

Oneview Healthcare (ONE) has been granted a key international security accreditation that could open doors for its prospective cloud-based enterprise.

The ISO 27001 certification marks an international standard for security risk management on information — essentially demonstrating a level of “proof” to clients or stakeholders that the security of such information is managed.

The accreditation was awarded by Certification Europe, following a “rigorous” independent audit of Oneview’s systems, facilities and processes.

Broadly, the move appears to bode well for Oneview, which is currently in the process of developing a cloud-hosted care management solution for the aged care industry.

The company also recently signed a distribution agreement with Samsung’s enterprise IT solutions provider to offer bedside digital services to patients in the United States.

Oneview’s head of Information Security Richard Eibrand said information security is particularly critical in healthcare.

“Cybersecurity is a top priority for healthcare CIOs and having ISO 27001 certification provides industry-recognised assurance of our good custodianship
of highly sensitive healthcare data,” he explained.

Expanding on this point, Oneview’s Chief Executive James Fitter said the move could also offer additional confidence to large healthcare enterprises as an added point of difference in the procurement process.

Oneview Healthcare is up a healthy 17.5 per cent following the announcement, trading at 37 cents per share at 11:06 am AEDT.

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