Iron Vine Achieves ISO 20000-1:2018 Certification, Highlighting the Company’s Continuing Focus on Service Management

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Washington, D.C., October 8, 2020 — Iron Vine Security, a leading Washington, D.C.-based cybersecurity company, announced today that it has achieved ISO 20000-1:2018 certification. ISO 20000 is an internationally recognized standard measuring the establishment, implementation, maintenance, and continual improvement of a Service Management System (SMS). Iron Vine had previously received ISO 20000 certification under the 20000-1:2011 standard in 2019.

“Our team continues to focus on maturing our operations for the benefit of our customers, and this latest certification shows how every member is committed to that goal. We have the best employees, who demonstrate through their involvement in efforts such as this certification how much they care about our clients’ success. They make us proud every day.”
– Bill Geimer (Iron Vine Security President)

ISO 20000-1:2018 is the latest achievement for Iron Vine, which over the past year has continued to grow both its back office and leadership teams with key hires of Jeanmarie Smith as Director of Human Resources and James Brinkman as CFO.

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About Iron Vine Security

Founded in 2008, Iron Vine Security specializes in developing technical risk management solutions for public and private sector enterprises to help clients secure their systems, networks, and, most importantly, their sensitive data. Specifically, Iron Vine provides expertise for computer security programs using commercial off-the-shelf and custom software tools implemented through engineering, program management, systems integration, and software development best-practices. For more information, visit