TSA is now IASME certified
As a trade association, we take cyber safety and GDPR compliance very seriously. We want our members to feel assured and confident that the data they share with us is kept safe from prying eyes and that every practicable measure is put in place to avoid data leaks and losses.
To show our commitment to our Members, we decided to undertake the IASME certification. a standard that shows we are taking real steps towards protecting our customers’ information.
Today we are very proud to announce to our members that the TSA is now IASME Governance certified, after passing the Cyber Essential and GDPR compliance assessment as set by the National Cyber Security Centre. The IASME standard can be found online, and shows the criteria we have been assessed against.
You might see these logos appear in our communications, as a badge of our compliance to these standards.
Robin Rhodes takes the helm at the TSA
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Dr Philip Wright steps down as CEO of the Textile Services Association (TSA)
After two and a half years, Philip Wright has decided to step down from the TSA, with the support of the TSA Board.
European Textile Services Association Updates
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