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IT and telecommunications

IT and telecommunications

LRQA in the IT & Telecommunications sector

The Information Technology sector is central to any industry that relies on IT systems and services, including businesses, governments and academia, and it faces critical business challenges, including:

  • System preparedness and response capabilities that enable business continuity

  • Responsibility for establishing solutions that prevent and mitigate system threats and vulnerabilities

  • Increased customer expectations

  • Economic impacts that require increased efficiencies on limited budgets

  • Increased globalisation of supplies with a growing complexity of suppliers

With an unstable economy, tougher customer expectations and an unpredictable marketplace, the IT industry is looking for solutions to help manage these challenges, and we can help.

Our unique assessment methodology - Business Assurance - underpins the services that we deliver to the Information Technology industry. Business Assurance from LRQA helps you manage your systems and risks to improve and protect the current and future performance of your organisation. We understand the challenges you face and our experts are prepared to assist you in managing your risks as you meet these challenges. 

For decades, we’ve provided trusted independent assessment, certification and training services to the information technology industry, and our clients are among the largest names within the sector. 

Our assessors are information technology industry specialists who’ve worked within the industry and who are matched with your business needs, enabling an effective and robust assessment of your system.

IT and Telecommunications specific standards, schemes and directives: