We are so honored to announce that Cloudcraft is officially SOC 2 certified!
Cybersecurity in the cloud has become all the more crucial in the past several years as cyberattacks have been on the rise. By the end of this year, cyber crime is predicted to cause over $6 trillion in damages to cloud-based companies from all over – making security compliance more imperative than ever.
The SOC 2 compliance process is essentially a series of audits that are designed to help measure and track security risks within a given organization. Achieving SOC 2 certification includes ensuring protection around access controls, disaster recovery, encryption, quality assurance and more. The whole idea is that once an organization reaches SOC standards, the risk for security breach is significantly reduced.
While there are several steps to achieving SOC 2 compliance and eventually certification, here are 3 things to know about SOC 2 compliance at Cloudcraft.
1. We’ve been experts on SOC compliance for several years.
While pursuing any kind of SOC certification is voluntary, we’ve sought to operate under SOC compliance from inception. Achieving a certification of this measure also means that our team, business processes and the way we operate will seek to achieve SOC level compliance for years to come.
2. We know how critical your data is, so security is at the forefront of everything we do.
Our SOC 2 certification is more than just security – it takes security to the next level by evaluating and identifying potential underlying problems within an organization as they relate to Security, Availability, Processing Integrity, Confidentiality and Privacy.
3. Cloudcraft data is managed, processed and stored in accordance with the relevant SOC regulatory requirements.
Regardless of how you choose to use the Cloudcraft toolkit, know that your data will never be compromised. Whether your data be static or constantly changing, we uphold SOC regulatory requirements .
All in all, the team at Cloudcraft strives to protect your data in all that we do. Want to learn more about SOC 2 or our security protocol? Don’t hesitate to reach out!
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