Oxford Moving Forward in 2021 with Enhanced Focus on Information Security


North Beach, Maryland, May 20, 2021 – Oxford is pleased to have obtained its ISO 27001:2013 certification.  ISO 27001:2013 was successfully audited by the National Quality Assurance (NQA) USA group in April 2021.

Gregg Kelly, CEO and President of Oxford commented: “In an age of increasing data usage and the risk of information security breaches and cyber-attacks, the benefits of an ISO 27001:2013 and an Oxford Information Security Management System (ISMS) are clear. Not only can it help to minimize the chance of breaches occurring, but it can also reduce the costs associated with keeping information safe. ISO 27001:2013 is one of the world’s best-known International Standards for the requirements of an ISMS, and the requirements set out in ISO 27001:2013 are exactly where Oxford is going to posture our firm and our clients within secure environments that are supported by safeguards that are critical to protecting information and assets. Keeping sensitive information and our data landscapes safe and secure is essential for our company, and a legal imperative.”

Meredith Brabender, Contracts Manager commented: “The first and most important benefit of implementing ISO 27001:2013 is improved risk management and secure information security processes. ISO standardizes the way information security is managed within an organization. Based upon a robust risk management framework, ISO implements a top-down approach, which requires that all staff have appropriate information security knowledge.”


If you would like more information about Oxford services, please contact Charlie Bixler, Quality Assurance and Business Development at cbixler@oxfordgc.com, Gregg Kelly, President and CEO at gkelly@oxfordgc.com, or Meredith Brabender, Contracts Manager at mbrabender@oxfordgc.com.