Samsung earns two more Cloud Security International Standard Certifications


Samsung, the electronics giant of Korea, has earned 2 Cloud Security certifications at the end of last week and admitted that the addition of new standards will bolster its current information protection and system operation capabilities to the core.

The newly acquired two certifications are ISO 27001- Information Security Management System; and ISO 27017- Cloud Service Information Security Management System. Both these certifications are identified by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the British Royal Society of Standards.

Thus, with the latest certification, the Electronics giant has shown its commitment to security cloud technology with the utmost security competences.

On administration perspective, the company released an official statement that its board has retained the current two CEOs in the respective designations for the coming year. Hence, CEOs JH Han and Kyung Kye-Hyun will continue to lead the Device Experience and Device Solutions Divisions, respectively.

However, the company changed its mobile business division by appointing Executive Lee Young Hee as the next President of the Global Marketing business.

Ms. Hee, who is the first daughter of late Samsung Electronics chairperson Lee Kun Hee, will serve as the firm’s first female president and will also lead Samsung’s another business unit, Hotel Shilla, as Chief Executive.

FYI, she is the same person who gave a new image to the brand of Samsung Galaxy series of mobiles across the globe and has experience of leading L’Oreal brand for quite some time.


Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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