Frédéric Fautrier, Director of the Monegasque Digital Security Agency (AMSN), has presented the new Systems Security Audit Service Provider Information Diploma (PASSI) to Frank Vanhal, Partner PwC Monaco and Stefan Thibault, Director of Cybersecurity at PwC.
PwC received this qualification for the first time in 2019 and it has been renewed it today for three years as a result of the company’s ability to carry out audits of information systems according to a demanding standard, with processes controlled by an independent authority, guaranteeing the quality, impartiality and efficiency of the services and the relevance of the advice provided and trust in the service provider.
This qualification, which is part of the national strategy for digital security in the Principality, is a prerequisite for being able to assess the security of the information systems of the State and Monegasque companies. Established in the Principality for more than 15 years, and with 12 PASSI certified auditors, PwC supports major digital transition projects in the Principality.
By relying on such players, Monaco strengthens confidence in its digital space which is a source of growth and opportunities for Monaco companies, the Government said.
ORIGINAL SOURCE & PHOTO: Monaco Government Press Service