Striim’s platform and its security practices were successfully audited
Striim, a global leader in unified real-time data integration and streaming, announced it completed the SOC 2 Type II Service Organization Control audit for its platform, data security processes, and controls. As a result, the company’s customers and users are assured that they can trust Striim to provide a secure and reliable element of their critical data architecture. This audit is designed to test Striim’s adherence to the strictest security policies and the operational effectiveness of the specified controls over time.
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“Our unified real-time data streaming and integration platforms, Striim Cloud and Striim Platform, continuously ingest, process, and deliver high volumes of data for enterprise analytics and operations. This data often contains sensitive customer, financial, and business information, so our customers need to be able to trust Striim, and its software, for security, availability, and confidentiality,” said Steve Wilkes, Striim’s co-founder, and CTO. “With this certification, customers have peace of mind as they embark on digital transformation initiatives.”
The SOC 2 Type II certification confirms that Striim Platform and Striim Cloud (fully managed SaaS available on Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud) both meet or exceed the most stringent security measures that align with worldwide industry standards and best practices, as set by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). SOC 2 Type II assesses and certifies the design of security processes and controls conducted by the organization and guarantees the implementation of internal controls for security over a significant amount of time. The requirements and security measures are constantly monitored, evaluated, and updated to reflect changing needs and offer the safest environment for conducting business.
SOC 2 Type II is much more than a simple certification. Businesses must conduct annual audits to ensure ongoing certification, which requires ongoing diligence from the organization’s technology and product staff.
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