Domino Data Lab Achieves ISO Certification

Domino Data Lab, provider of the enterprise MLOps platform has achieved ISO 27001:2013 certification for its information security program on its first attempt. ISO 27001:2013 exceeds the information security requirements established by privacy laws and raises the bar for the end-to-end security expectations companies engaging in data science at scale should have for their Enterprise MLOps platforms.

The Domino Enterprise MLOps Platform helps data science teams improve the speed, quality and impact of data science at scale. Domino is open and flexible, empowering professional data scientists to use their preferred tools and infrastructure. Data science models get into production fast and are kept operating at peak performance with integrated workflows. Domino also delivers the security, governance and compliance that enterprises expect.

“As companies increasingly use machine learning models to drive core business processes, security in their MLOps platform is critical,” said Nick Elprin, co-founder and CEO at Domino Data Lab. “We are proud to help our customers unleash data science at scale while giving them the confidence and peace of mind in knowing that their data and intellectual property are always safe.”

ISO 27001:2013 certification is often a requirement for model-driven organizations in highly regulated and sensitive industries. This dynamic requires worry-free, embedded security throughout every aspect of a data science workflow and infrastructure, while retaining the agility, flexibility and scalability data scientists need.

Domino’s platform was created to support the diverse set of data science innovation needs and security requirements of the most sophisticated global companies.

ISO 27001:2013 certification is a demanding process that requires documentation and adherence to a stringent framework for data security, risk mitigation, personnel training, continuous monitoring and improvement.

Domino holds itself accountable to the SOC 2 framework, validating the prescribed controls by a third party. The company’s third consecutive SOC 2 report by an independent auditor – detailing Domino’s adherence to SOC 2 security, confidentiality and availability principles – is available.

Visit the Domino Data Lab website to learn more about the Domino Enterprise MLOps Platform.