ISO Certification Announcement

Versant Physics Achieves ISO/IEC 27001:2013 Certification

Versant Physics is proud to have achieved ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification.

This certification is the leading international standard focusing on information security management systems. Standards set forth by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) help businesses safeguard their personal information and customer data. It focuses on protecting the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information and has benefits that include compliance with legal requirements, more efficient organization, and preparation against security incidents.

Versant Physics underwent an in-depth assessment by a third-party auditor to ensure compliance with the ISO 27001 standards.

“Being ISO 27001 certified is very important to us at Versant,” says Director of Sales and Marketing Ethan E. Zink, MBA. “It shows our Odyssey customers that we have taken the extra step to ensure top-level security and compliance measures, and puts a staple of confidence in our reputation as a leading business in the radiation safety and health physics industries.”

To assist with the upkeep of Versant Physics stringent security and compliance standards, the company has put together a security management team responsible for managing security policies and monitoring security threats.

Versant Physics achieved its official certification on February 11, 2022.

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Forum Article "Radiopharmaceutical Extravasation: Pragmatic Radiation Protection" published ahead of print

An article written by Versant team members Dr. Darrell R. Fisher, Ph.D. and Misty Liverett, M.S., CNMT was recently published ahead of print in Health Physics. The article provides an unbiased, scientific assessment of pragmatic and reasonable health physics actions that should be taken in response to inadvertent extravasation events. Click the link below to view the article.



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