Nova Leah (Boston) — a provider of cybersecurity software to medical device manufacturers and health providers — recently announced that it has achieved two important ISO certifications.
The National Standards Authority Ireland (NSAI) awarded the company certification to ISO 9001 for commitment to quality management systems and ISO 27001 for information security management. (Nova Leah has a second office in Dundalk, Ireland.)
“Our customers work to very high standards in terms of quality and information security. As a provider of expert cybersecurity risk management solutions, we felt it absolutely necessary that we provide our customers with assurance of our value, appreciation and dedication to high quality standards in terms of products and services,” Nova Leah founder and CEO Anita Finnegan said in a Sept. 23 news release.
The extensive work needed to achieve the ISO certifications helped the company develop an integrated suite of processes to work in a mode of continuous improvement — focusing on customer satisfaction while ensuring the confidentiality and integrity, according to Finnegan.
Founded in 2015, Nova Leah’s flagship software product SelectEvidence guides medical device manufacturers through a cybersecurity risk assessmen, helping them implement the right security controls to mitigate potential threats.