ISO 27001 & ISO 27017 Compliance

ISO/IEC 27001:2013 is a security management standard that specifies security management best practices and comprehensive security controls. ISO/IEC 27017:2015 covers the information security framework for organizations using cloud services. The basis of these certifications is the development and implementation of a rigorous security program, which includes the development and implementation of an Information Security Management System (ISMS) which defines how Relativity6 perpetually manages security in a holistic, comprehensive manner.

These widely-recognized international security standards specify that Relativity6 do the following:

  • We systematically evaluate our information security risks, taking into account the impact of threats and vulnerabilities.
  • We design and implement a comprehensive suite of information security controls and other forms of risk management to address customer and architecture security risks.
  • We have an overarching management process to ensure that the information security controls meet our needs on an ongoing basis.

Relativity6 has certification for compliance with ISO 27001 and ISO 27017. These certifications are performed by independent third-party auditors. Our compliance with these internationally-recognized standards and code of practice is evidence of our commitment to information security at every level of our organization, and that the Relativity6 security program is in accordance with industry leading best practices.


ISO 27001 FAQs

What Relativity6 services are in scope

All Relativity6 services are covered in scope for the ISO 27001 & 27017 certification. If you would like to learn more about using these services or have interest in other services, please contact us at

Can you provide a copy of the ISO 27001 or 27017 standard

No, Relativity6 cannot distribute copies of the ISO 27001 or 27017 standard. A preview of the ISO 27001 or 27017 standard is available for free, and the full text is available for purchase, on theISO website. ISO has made the decision to copyright their standards in an effort to help fund the processes leading to development.