At BLS E-Services, security is a way of life. It is deeply embedded in the daily functioning, stemming from a strong foundation of company-wide security culture, training and attitude. The organisation’s abiding business philosophy of mitigating risks to investment, resources and operations through a series of concerted security measures and controls is centred on a holistic approach.

The organisation implements three primary controls based on Architectural, Technical, and Operational Security managed through robust operational security processes. These controls overlap within the overall security programme and work together to mitigate criminal incidents or harmful intent.

Our integrated philosophy on security is based on several internationally accepted security practices; these practices are validated by leading practitioners.

The company’s holistic plan of physical security includes specialised components such as risk assessment audit; secure visa centre implementation, fire protection, intrusion detection systems (IDS), closed-circuit television (CCTV) surveillance, integrated access control, personal emergency response, training, periodic security review, regulatory compliance and physical security procedures.

BLS E-Services adheres to ISO 9001:2015 certified for Quality Management Systems; ISO 27001:2013 certified for Information Security Management Systems; ISO 14001:2015 certified for Environmental Management Systems; ISO/ IEC 45001:2018 certified for Occupational Safety and Health; ISO / IEC 20000-1:2018 certified for IT Service Management; ISO 26000:2010 certified for Social Responsibility; ISO 23026:2015 certified for System Engineering and Management Requirements; ISO/IEC 28000:2007 certified for Supply Chain Management System; ISO/IEC 27002: 2013 certified for Management of Information Security; ISO 31000: 2018 certified for Risk Management; ISO 27001:2013 certified for Risk Management of Information. It stringently implements technical and organisational security measures to protect data against accidental or unlawful destruction, loss or alteration and against unauthorised disclosure, abuse or other processing.