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Discover SOC 2 Compliance with Optisolve

At Optisolve, we don’t just meet standards; we set them. Achieving SOC 2 compliance isn’t just a badge—it’s our commitment to you. In a world where data breaches are all too common, securing your sensitive information is not just a necessity—it is a mandate.

Our robust security measures, backed by SOC 2 Type 2 attestation, ensure that your data is protected according to the highest standards of security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy.

What does SOC 2 compliance mean?

SOC2 compliance is also known as Service Organization Control Type 2. This cybersecurity compliance framework was developed by a company known as American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).

The main purpose of SOC2 compliance is to ensure that third-party service providers are storing and processing their client data in a secure manner. AICPA has created a predefined set of conditions for each different sector an organization is in. Depending on the operating model, each organization must create their own security controls to reach compliance within the five trust principles that SOC2 is based on, they are:

Security enforces the protection of the organization’s data and systems, against unauthorized access. To which, they may also need to implement some sort of access control, as well as straightening firewalls which can include enforcing multi-factor authentication practices, intrusion detection and recovery systems, and stricter outbound and incoming rules.

Data within an organization is confidential, but only if a specific group of people is allowed access to it. This means each organization needs to implement forms of access control within their systems.

Every system needs to meet availability SLAs at all times. This requires each organization to build fault-tolerant systems that are unable to crumble under high loads. It also requires investment into network monitoring systems and disaster recovery plans.

Collecting, storage, processing, and disclosure of any PII, which is known as personally identifiable information adhere to the organization’s data usage and privacy policy, along with conditions which are defined by the AICPA, and is laid out in the Generally Accepted Privacy Principles (GAPP).

PII is information that can be used to uniquely identify someone with either their name, phone number, age, credit card information, or social security number. Each organization will enforce rigorous controls to ensure that PII is protected from unauthorized access.

Every system must function as per design, this is to ensure there are no delays, vulnerabilities, errors or bugs. Quality assurance and performance is of the upmost importance when it comes to monitoring applications and procedures to ensure adherence to the principle.

What is SOC 2 in Canada?

Canada has a diverse business environment, which is why SOC2 Compliance serves as a benchmark for data security and operational integrity. As stated above, SOC2 is a defined criteria that is based off the give principles for managing customer data which includes privacy, confidentiality, processing integrity, availability, and security.

Is ISO 27001 the same as SOC2?

While there are some similarities when it comes to ISO 27001 and SOC2, there are many KEY differences between the two, the main one being scope.

The goal of ISO 27001 is to provide a framework for an organization in which they manage their data, and prove that they have a working Information Security Management System (ISMS) in place. While SOC2 wants proof that an organization has implemented essential data security controls.

What is SOC1 and SOC2 compliance?

The main difference between SOC2 Type 1 and SOC2 Type 2 is the scope.

SOC2 Type 1 tests controls which adhere to the identified control objectives, while SOC2 Tye 2 identifies and tests controls that meet the requirements.

What is the importance of security in SaaS products?

Software as a Services (SaaS) has become more increasingly popular over the years due to it’s flexibility, scalability, and cost-effectiveness. With this popularity, SaaS providers now have started facing more significant security challenges.

SaaS security is important as it needs to protected sensitive data that cannot be compromised by hackers, cyber threats, or malicious insiders. SaaS security helps to avoid severe consequences which include legal liabilities, loss of customers, and damage to their reputation. It also aids in increasing trust between SaaS providers and their customers, and compliance with security standards and regulations. Finally, it’s important because it ensures security and protection of applications and data which is hosted from minimizing the chances of data breaches, security incidents, and cyber threats.

What does security and SOC 2 mean to Optisolve?

Optisolve continuously strives to exceed the benchmarks that have been outlined in reaching SOC 2 compliance. As an emerging technology leader in environmental health and safety, we understand the importance of cleaning and disinfecting, but also the security of our customer’s data.

Our priority and investment to securing our customer’s information ensures we are adding a level of peace of mind that everyone deserves when it comes to their data. Reaching SOC 2 Type 2 Attestation is a huge accomplishment for any organization, and it is one we continuously focus on each day.

How did Optisolve receive SOC2 compliance?

Optisolve’s journey to achieving SOC 2 Type 2 attestation was a rigorous process but took as little as 8 months to achieve. Optisolve demonstrated the design effectiveness of our policies, internal controls, and procedures in alignment with the Trust Services Criteria.

This ongoing journey will require continuous commitment to improving and maintaining security and compliance measures. Optisolve garners trust, reliability, and a secure solution to the ever rapidly evolving auditing and cleaning landscape. In our industry, security compliance is essential, we constantly need to protect against data breaches, improving operational efficiency, and building trust with customers. Optisolve invested in security compliance and SaaS to safeguard our customers sensitive data, avoid costly security incidents, and maintaining reputation.

Why Trust Optisolve?

Why Trust Optisolve?

  • Expertise: Leveraging cutting-edge technology and comprehensive cybersecurity frameworks, we’re here to safeguard your data against the unexpected, ensuring compliance and security are never compromised.
  • Reliability: With Optisolve, experience peace of mind knowing your data handling meets rigorous, industry-recognized standards, proven by our swift and effective attainment of SOC 2 Type 2 compliance.
  • Security: From multi-factor authentication to advanced intrusion detection systems, we implement the stringent security measures necessary to protect your data at every level.

Join Us on a Journey of Trust and Security

Embark with Optisolve as we continuously enhance our cybersecurity measures, ensuring your data remains secure, no matter how the digital landscape evolves. Secure today, secure tomorrow—your data management is in expert hands with Optisolve.

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