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BCB Group Reinforces Commitment to Information Security with ISO/IEC 27001:2022 Certification

London, 12 March 2024 –  BCB Group, a leading provider of business accounts and trading services for the digital asset economy, announced today that all of the group’s entities have now achieved ISO 27001:2022 certification for the Information Security, Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection Management System supporting our business. 

This internationally recognised standard, verified by an independent third-party assessor, provides a systematic approach to managing sensitive company information, ensuring its confidentiality, integrity, and availability. 

The ISO 27001 framework also ensures that adequate security controls are in place to protect information from corruption or loss and establishes robust procedures to prevent data security breaches and theft, as well as identifying, controlling and managing risks to the security of information assets.

“This certification is the gold standard for information security, and affirms BCB Group’s commitment to providing our customers with the utmost confidence in the security of our systems,” said CIO and COO of BCB Group, Derek Rego. “We view this not only as a validation of our current practices but as a foundation for maintaining trust and staying at the forefront of industry best practices.”

Derek Rego

Derek Rego, CIO and COO, BCB Group

To learn more about the measures BCB Group has deployed to achieve ISO/IEC 27001:2022 certification, contact us today.


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About BCB Group

BCB Group is a leading crypto-dedicated payment services provider, serving many of the industry’s largest clients including Bitstamp,, Fireblocks, Galaxy, Gemini and Kraken. BCB Group provides payment services in over 30 currencies, FX, cryptocurrency liquidity, digital asset custody and BLINC, which is BCB’s free, instant settlements network for the BCB client ecosystem.

Responding to corporate and institutional demand for essential and excellent infrastructure in digital asset markets, BCB Group was created by established thought leaders in finance, regulation and technology. Founded in the UK and developed to encompass key relationships across global financial services communities, BCB Group is well positioned as one of the first multi-jurisdictional regulated cryptocurrency service firms. BCB Group’s leadership executive team have worked for Barclays, Bitstamp, Coinbase, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, FIS, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Investec, Lloyds Commercial Bank, Luno, Norton Rose Fulbright, FIS and Sun Life of Canada.

BCB’s mission is to connect and bank the global crypto industry.


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