We’re proud to announce that LifeStatus360 has recently received the SOCs 2 Type Engagement Letter. LifeStatus360 recently undertook the rigorous process of receiving this certification to show our dedication to data security, as this is a top priority for our business and our customers’ data.
Our Director of IT, David F. Wiley, recently began the process of attaining this level of cybersecurity, and the reception of the engagement letter ensures that we are on our way to receiving this certification. It’s important to note the distinction between the SOCs types, and why we are obtaining Type 2 certification.
- SOC 2 Type 1 assesses the design of security processes at a specific point in time.
- SOC 2 Type 2 assesses how effective those controls are over time by observing operations for six months.
Security, Technology, Speed: LifeStatus360
Chris Scaramastra, President of LifeStatus360, and David Wiley, Director of IT, bring a combined 30+ years of experience working in the data compliance industry. Says Chris Scaramastra, “We understand the importance of protecting our proprietary data, data sources, and our customers’ data. We have implemented a number of security measures, including various online and offline steps, to maintain the highest level of cybersecurity in the death audit industry.”
Especially in the COVID-19 environment, maintaining cybersecurity is even more important. Reports continue to pour in regarding a variety of data security breaches, including social engineering and phishing. We strive to utilize the highest levels of security for all of our customers in their various industries because we understand how important it is to protect PII.
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