What Is ISO Compliance?
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is an international organization composed of representatives from various national standards organizations.
Together, ISO is considered the authority for setting worldwide proprietary, commercial and industry standards for effective risk management strategies for processes, policies and procedures so that they align with ISO specifications.
All told, the ISO has issued more than 21,000 standards encompassing a range of industries, including technology, healthcare, food safety and manufacturing. “ISO compliance” refers to meeting the requirements of ISO standards, although specific requirements will depend on which ISO standard your organization is achieving compliance for.