Valcre Achieves ISO 27001 Certification

Valcre Achieves ISO 27001 Certification


Data is precious. We know that. As a leader in data protection and information security, Valcre is on a mission to create the highest-quality, most secure commercial valuation software possible. With that comes the requirement for the most top-notch data security.

Achieving ISO 27001 certification is just one of many best-in-class security measures Valcre’s Chief Technology Officer and software engineers have taken to ensure Valcre’s demand for state-of-the-art data protection is being met.

Valuation professionals work with massive amounts of both public and private data on a daily basis. With the digital age being ripe for hacks, cyber-attacks, and attempted data breaches, appraisers need to know that their data is safe. ISO (International Organization for Standardization) certification underscores Valcre’s due diligence in mitigating such risks for users.

The months-long, rigorous auditing process required to become ISO-certified revealed that Valcre’s information security management system is up-to-date and in line with current international compliance standards. 

“As the industry’s leading, purpose-built valuation platform, we are committed to adhering to evolving, rigorous security regulations and placing data security at the forefront of our operations. While the auditing process to achieve ISO 27001 certification was rigorous, we’re pleased to know that our information security management system is up-to-date and in line with current compliance standards.”

Valcre is showing no signs of slowing down after this achievement. With the ISO 27001 certification, Valcre is eager to continue raising the bar for data protection standards across the appraisal industry. 

It’s no secret that Valcre is willing to go to great lengths to ensure our clients and their data are handled with the utmost care and protection. Valcre’s investment in becoming ISO 27001 certified is a huge testament to that.

Some of Valcre’s additional security measures include 256-bit encryption, two-factor authentication, multi-tier application security architecture, and more. 

Read the full press release to learn more about the certification and what this means for Valcre users.