Cybeats Demonstrates Organizational Maturity Milestone with SOC 2 Certification
Cybeats Technologies Corp. is pleased to announce that it has successfully completed ‘System and Organization Controls’ (SOC) 2 certification, achieving a significant organizational maturity milestone. SOC 2 certification provides credibility with customers in specific target verticals such as industrial controls, healthcare, and automotive industries, where high levels of data security are essential.
Today, tech companies often require SOC 2 certification, as it signals a high degree of organizational maturity and internal information security. Cybeats has been confirmed by MHM Professional Corporation to meet the AICPA Trust Service Criteria, verified through an in-depth independent audit focusing on security, availability, and confidentiality. With SOC 2 compliance, Cybeats is equipped to meet specific needs of key industries and provide customers with confidence that their sensitive data is protected by a trusted partner.
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“Cybersecurity is not a destination, but a continuous journey. SOC 2 compliance certification demonstrates an important milestone for Cybeats and provides the validation of our continued commitment to protecting our current and prospective clients,” said Evgeniy Kharam, CISO of Cybeats.
SOC 2 is a comprehensive audit that evaluates a company’s internal controls, specifically regarding how customer data is protected and how well those controls are functioning. This audit also examines the design suitability of security controls within the Cybeats platform and products. SOC 2 Trust categories consist of four key areas: access controls, which include logical and physical restrictions on assets to prevent unauthorized access; change management, which is a controlled process for managing changes to IT systems and methods for preventing unauthorized changes; system operations, which include controls that can monitor ongoing operations, detect and resolve any deviations from organizational procedures, and; mitigating risk, which involves methods and activities that allow the organization to identify risks, respond to and mitigate them, while addressing any subsequent business impact. By successfully completing a SOC 2 audit, a company can demonstrate to its customers that it has implemented strong security measures and that it is committed to protecting their sensitive data.
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