Dir. Academy, Dr Azubike Okoro, Mr Brian Mahony, from British Standard Institute and Engr. Adewale Adekaiyaoja from the Engineering & Technical Services Department at the Academy Premises.
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is a worldwide federation of national standards bodies. Working through Technical Committees, it has developed and published over 18,000 different ISO standards that are adopted and implemented internationally.
In line with its vision – “to be the best Deposit Insurer in the World by 2020”, the Corporation Registered with the British Standards Institute (BSI) for Certification on ISO 27001 (Information Security Management System); 20000 (IT Service Management System); and 22301 (Business Continuity Management System).
The BSI Auditors visited the Corporation for Stage 1 Audit (i.e. Assessment of Readiness and Documentation) between 24th – 27th April, 2017 led by Mr. Vikas Mulkutkar; while the Stage 2 Audit (i.e. Final Certification) took place between 24th – 27th July, 2017 led by Messrs. Brian O’Mahony and Soraj Patel. The audit focused mainly on evaluation of the three Management Systems so as to ensure processes and systems conform to the requirements of the respective Standards.
The Auditors visited the NDIC Academy on 25th July, 2017 and assessed the state of facilities and the level of preparedness of the Corporation with respect to the requirements of the ISO Standards. Considering the organizational strategy and corporate objectives, the implementation of the Management Systems by the Corporation was found to be in conformance with the ISO Standards requirements. The BSI audit team concludes based on the results of the final audit that Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC), Headquarters, Abuja,
Nigeria, does fulfil the ISO 27001; 20000; and 22301 Standards and audit criteria, is deemed that the Management Systems will continue to achieve the intended objectives for the organization and the Corporation was recommended for the three ISO Certifications.