InRule is SOC2 Type II compliantAt InRule, we believe our customers’ trust must be earned every day. This belief fuels our adherence to recognized best practices for security in order to protect our customers’ information and retain their confidence. We are always looking to enhance our systems and approaches to stay ahead of emerging threats.

InRule is SOC 2 Type II Compliant

With our SOC 2 compliance, InRule is better able to support the needs of our customers, even those working in the most highly regulated industries. An essential security component, SOC 2 compliance means we protect our customers’ highly sensitive data and information, using rigorous and audited standards.

Our SOC 2 compliance also means our security practices have been vetted by independent auditors, and constantly monitored to ensure the on and efficiency. Additionally, our SOC 2 report includes a table mapping the ISO 27001 Annex A Controls to the SOC 2 controls included in the report.

What is SOC 2 Type II?

SOC2 Type II is the framework (information security control) of how we manage our customers’ information based on four key features—security, availability, confidentiality, and processing integrity.

It gives our customers third-party assurance that InRule is committed to the highest standards of security for managing and auditing sensitive information.

And ISO?

ISO/IEC 27001 formally specifies an Information Security Management System, a governance arrangement comprising a structured suite of activities with which to manage information risks. InRule isn’t ISO 27001 certified, but we do include in our SOC 2 report a table mapping the SOC 2 controls to ISO 27001 Annex A controls.

Why Should These Security Standards Matter to You?

Security is paramount for any business, and SOC 2 compliance should be a minimum requirement for any SaaS or cloud technology solutions provider.

Using a third party to host and process information can be scary. But with InRule, you can be assured your information, and your customers’ information, is secure.

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