Avanan Announces Successful Completion of SOC 2 Type 2 Examination
Avanan, the leader in cloud email and collaboration security, today announced the successful completion of its 2021 Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type 2 examination. SOC 2 engagements are based on the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Trust Service Criteria. SOC 2 audit reports focus on a Service Organization's non-financial reporting controls related to Security, Availability, Confidentiality, Processing Integrity and Privacy of a system.
In partnership with Dansa D'Arata Soucia LLP, an independent accredited CPA firm that conducted the audit and issued the report, Avanan underwent a comprehensive examination process. In doing so, Avanan maintains its adherence to one of the most stringent, industry-accepted auditing standards for service companies and provides additional assurance to its clients, through an independent auditor, that its business process, information technology, and risk management controls are properly designed.
The official audit report provides a thorough review of Avanan's internal controls, policies, and processes for providing full-suite protection and complete security of enterprise cloud email and collaboration applications. It also reviews Avanan's processes relating to risk management and vendor due diligence, as well as the company's entire IT infrastructure, software development life cycle, change management, logical security, network security, physical and environmental security, and computer operations.
"We're honored that the successful completion of this in-depth examination further verifies that we have the appropriate security controls and processes in place to mitigate risks related to the services we provide to our customers," said Gil Friedrich, CEO and Co-Founder of Avanan. "At Avanan, we're relentlessly committed to protecting our customers' inboxes from cyberattacks that evade default and avanced security tools and catch cloud threats that others miss across email accounts and connected collaboration platforms and applications."
Avanan customers, prospects, and partners can receive a copy of the SOC 2 audit report upon request. For more information and to learn more about Avanan, please visit http://www.avanan.com.
About Dansa D'Arata Soucia LLP
Dansa D'Arata Soucia LLP ("DDS") is a full service CPA firm based out of Buffalo, New York. Over the past decade, DDS has built a team of auditors dedicated to understanding the AICPA's Trust Service Criteria and how properly applying best practices to comply with this set of criteria results in mitigation of risk as it relates to protecting sensitive data. DDS understands that a SOC 2 audit can be intimidating. As such, DDS has worked tirelessly on finding ways to streamline the audit process to be as minimally invasive as possible on company resources. This allows the management teams of their clients to stay focused on growing their businesses! To learn more about DDS and its SOC services, please contact Daniel Garigen, CPA at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit their website at www.darata.com.
Avanan catches the advanced attacks that evade default and advanced security tools. Its invisible, multi-layer security enables full-suite protection for cloud collaboration solutions such as Office 365™, G-Suite™, workplace communication tools such as Microsoft (News - Alert) Teams™ and Slack™ and file sharing solutions such as Box™, Citrix ShareFile™, Dropbox™. The platform deploys in one click via API to prevent Business Email Compromise and block phishing, malware, data leakage, account takeover, and shadow IT across the enterprise. Avanan replaces the need for multiple tools to secure the entire cloud collaboration suite, with a patented solution that goes far beyond any other Cloud Email Security Supplement. Avanan is ranked #1 in Gartner Peer Insights for email security, #1 in G2's Cloud Email Security and Deloitte 500: Avanan is the Fastest Growing Email Security Company.
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