Today, more than ever, it’s important that vendors are proving they are properly protecting their customer data. The completion of Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type 2 compliance demonstrates the maturity of our security and control environment, at Netsurion. This means that we meet all five of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Trust Services Criteria for internal controls relevant to security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy.

Security is essential to Netsurion as a company, but even more so, to protect our customers’ and partners’ critical data. Among our core values, trust is integral, and our team has dedicated resources and financial investment to ongoing independent third-party evaluations. SOC 2 Type 2 compliance ensures that we are not only safeguarding customer data throughout our services, but also meeting standards for strong operational effectiveness – a key tenet of our offerings.

This compliance extends to all Netsurion managed security services, including Managed Threat Protection and Secure Edge Networking. SOC 2 Type 2 compliance is critical to instilling confidence in customers and partners that Netsurion services and platforms offer proven security, availability, and processing integrity, as well as trusted confidentiality and privacy of information processed.

A SOC 2 report, backed by AICPA standards, is indisputable evidence that a company is properly securing the data of their customers. Learn more about SOC 2. You may download the public-facing version of this report, which is called the SOC 3 Report, via the button below. This report is a summary of the SOC 2 Report, excluding confidential and proprietary information. The SOC 3 Report has been deemed sufficient by AICPA and is shareable without the need for an NDA.

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