Have you ever asked yourself whether you can truly trust another entity with your company’s data? With a new focus on protecting individuals’ rights and privacy (in regard to personal data), a lot of confusion, misinformation, and uncertainty about whether a data processor is actually protecting your data or not – and whether a data processor can be trusted – has arisen.
So how do you make sure that your data is protected? On what basis can you trust a company with your data or the data of your clients? How can you be sure that your data processor is qualified to ensure data protection?
ISAE 3000 certification
We at live/BACKEND are constantly improving our data protection – both in regard to securing the data that is shared with us, as well as complying with the laws and regulations on data protection. We just didn’t have anything to show our efforts by.
Therefore, we have worked tirelessly the last 8 months to achieve an ISAE 3000 certification (comparable to an SOC 2 report). An independent third party – a state-certified company auditor – has controlled and certified our security measures, our compliance and more (for a full list of certified areas, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org).
The report clarifies that we have implemented security measures and that those measures work efficiently. The report can also help you when it comes to performing the regular supervision of our compliance with your instructions and the data processing agreement that we have entered into with you.