Our SOC 2 Type 2 certification verifies that we deliver the highest level of security, privacy and compliance to all of our clients.
SOC 2 is a technical audit that requires companies to establish and follow strict information security policies and procedures. A SOC II Type 2 compliant service must follow these five “trust service principles” when managing customer data:
Accessibility of the system is determined by a contract or service level agreement (SLA). While this doesn’t apply to system functionality, it does require network performance to be monitored, including security incidents, site failover and other security-related issues that may affect availability.
To achieve processing integrity, the system must provide efficient data processing by delivering complete and valid information to the right place at the right time. By monitoring data and implementing quality assurance, organizations can begin to ensure processing integrity.
Confidential data must be hidden from unauthorized persons or organizations. Network and application firewalls along with access controls are essential for safeguarding sensitive data. Additionally, encryption can be used to protect confidentiality during transmission.
Organizations must meet privacy standards that address the collection, use, retention, disclosure and disposal of personal information in accordance with the AICPA’s Generally Accepted Privacy Principles (GAPP).
Perimeter 81 is a SOC 2 Type 2 certified solution that is affordable, easy-to-use and offers sophisticated security controls.
With a centralized cloud management platform, you can monitor system activity, view system configuration changes and assign user access controls. This includes of all your on-premises and cloud environments, ensuring complete network security.
If the system detects unauthorized access to customer data, sensible alerting allows you to respond and take corrective action in no time - without enduring alert fatigue. This includes access or modification of data, controls, or configurations and file transfer activities.
Audit trails provide insights into the modification, addition, or removal of key system components. Unauthorized modifications of data and configurations, attack impact details and point of source data are all recorded.
See where an attack originated, what parts of the network it accesses, if the system was impacted and if so, how severely. Finally, effectively detect threats, mitigate impact, and implement corrective measures to prevent similar events from resurfacing in the future.
At Perimeter 81, our mission is to simplify secure network, cloud and application access for the modern and mobile workforce. To do so, we are transforming traditional network security technology with one unified Zero Trust Network as a Service.