The Tall Group Awarded Leading Certification

The TALL Group of Companies, the UK leader in the provision of secure paper and electronic payment solutions, is celebrating after being reaccredited to the ISO 27001 standard

by Lynton Buxton | Sunday 15 April 2018

This distinguished re-certification applauds the effectiveness of the organisation’s information security management systems (ISMS).

This marks the 12th time the TALL Group has attained the standard after first securing the certification in 2006. ISO 27001 has been developed “to provide a model for establishing, implementing, operating, monitoring, reviewing, maintaining and improving an ISMS”. Following an independent assessment by ACS Registrars, the organisation was recognised for its excellent standards and the latest accreditation is valid for a further three years.

The TALL Group of Companies consists of Runcorn-based TALL Security Print, Checkprint, located in Hinckley, and DLRT, which is based in Lisburn, Northern Ireland. Last year, the organisation received praise from Lord David Blunkett for its “unwavering commitment to fight cyber crime” after it secured the Cyber Essentials PLUS certification, just months after obtaining the standard Cyber Essentials badge. Lord Blunkett is Chairman of the government-led scheme that is designed to help organisations to safeguard themselves against the most common cyber attacks.

Martin Ruda, Group Managing Director, The TALL Group of Companies, said: “This was an extremely comprehensive audit covering all aspects of our Information Security Management System over a three-day period and with two auditors on site. This fantastic achievement is the result of a lot of hard work and ongoing investment and I would like to congratulate all employees involved in this process. We have a commitment to our customers to be as robust, resilient and secure as possible, and this re-certification, alongside our Cyber Essentials PLUS standard, illustrates this perfectly.”


Cas Amato
TALL Security Print Ltd
+44 1928 579200

Sunday 15 April 2018 / file under Government | Printing | Security