Data analytics firm achieves the “Gold Standard” for Security Controls for a Technology Company
ROANOKE, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–KlariVis, a unique and proprietary data analytics software platform developed by bankers for bankers, announced today that it successfully completed the System and Organization Controls (SOC) 2 Type II audit for confidentiality and security. KlariVis takes the protection of its customers’ data very seriously and this further validates that trusted commitment. Conducted by Elliott Davis, a top forty CPA firm in the United States, this independent audit confirms that KlariVis has robust controls in place to ensure the secure and confidential management of customer data.
“As a SaaS-based technology company, our greatest priority is the confidentiality and security of our platform and customer data – both critical requirements for our customers,” said Gill Hundley, KlariVis’ chief administrative and risk officer. “This substantial accomplishment demonstrates our continued pledge that our customers can trust us with data. To achieve such a milestone is a company-wide effort and achieving it at this stage of our young company is a huge tribute to our entire team.”
The SOC 2 Type II report is an in-depth, independent certification developed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) that provides a way to measure the operating effectiveness of a company’s internal control policies and practices as they relate to security, availability, integrity, confidentiality and privacy.
Kim Snyder, founder and CEO, said, “Our customer relationships are built on trust, and this certification is our way to further bolster that trust. We are incredibly proud of this accomplishment, and we are even happier to be able to share it with everyone. This is the latest announcement made by KlariVis in recent weeks, as the company continues to increase its worth to our valued clients as they gain a competitive edge using our data analytics tool and undergo digital transformation.”
Created by veteran community bank executives, KlariVis was developed to enable institutions of all sizes to access their transformative data in an efficient way, interpret it, and act decisively on it. The KlariVis team has more than 100+ years of community banking experience and aims to provide financial institutions with a data analytics platform designed to solve the data conundrum that is prevalent in the industry today. To learn more visit www.klarivis.com and find KlariVis on Twitter and LinkedIn.