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Safe Space™ receives ISO 27001 certification for information security management

Safe Space™ receives ISO 27001 certification for information security management

Safe Space™, a leading mental health platform, announced today that it has received the ISO 27001 certification for its information security management system. This certification recognizes Safe Space™’s commitment to ensuring the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of its users’ data.

The ISO 27001 certification is an internationally recognized standard for information security management. To achieve certification, organizations must undergo a rigorous evaluation process that includes a comprehensive audit of their information security policies, procedures, and controls. By achieving this certification, Safe Space™ Singapore has demonstrated that it has implemented robust measures to protect sensitive information and prevent unauthorized access.

“We are proud to have received the ISO 27001 certification, which underscores our commitment to ensuring the highest level of security for our users’ data,” said Antoinette Patterson, CEO of Safe Space™. “As a mental health platform, we understand the importance of maintaining the confidentiality of our users’ personal information. This certification gives our users confidence that their data is being protected in accordance with international standards.”

Safe Space™ ISO 27001 certification is particularly significant for organizations that prioritize mental health support for their employees. With more companies recognizing the importance of mental health in the workplace, the need for secure and confidential mental health support is more important than ever. By partnering with Safe Space™, organizations can be assured that their employees’ data is being protected in accordance with the highest governance standards.

“We know that mental health support is critical for organizations that want to create a healthy and productive workplace,” said Patterson. “By partnering with Safe Space™ for their mental health employee assistance program (EAP) needs, organizations can provide their employees with the mental health support they need while also ensuring the confidentiality of their personal information.”

Safe Space™’s ISO 27001 certification is a significant achievement that underscores its commitment to information security and privacy. With this certification, Safe Space™ is well-positioned to continue its leadership in the mental health space and help organizations provide their employees with the support they need.

For more information about Safe Space™, please visit

About Safe Space™

Safe Space™ is the leading trusted B2B2C digital mental health ecosystem partner, serving over 90+ international clients across APAC, EMEA and ANZ and in 30 different languages. We do this by driving value & positive outcomes through social impact and innovation.

We strengthen mental resilience by providing fast & affordable access to quality mental health therapy care (online and offline), preventive education and a tailored EAP program that is hyper local and scalable globally. With our 94.3% Net Promoter score, our employee assistance program has a high 59% utilization rate compared to the global benchmark of 4.3%.

Safe Space™ Contact: Antoinette Patterson – Co-Founder / CEO (+65 9062 5149) Lynette Seow – Co-Founder / COO (+65 9159 3768) Email:


Safe Space is a part of our Batch 7 GIA Jakarta Program in Indonesia.

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