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2019-02-04 Patrick Walsh
Originally published at blog.ironcorelabs.com.

IronCore Is Now SOC 2 Certified

We are proud to announce that we have successfully completed the Service Organization Control audit known as SOC 2 Type 1. SOC 2 is a stringent test of security controls for technology companies and SaaS providers performed by independent third-party auditors. The SOC2 controls enforce best practices across an organization from cloud architecture, to patch management, to pen-testing, to personnel management, policies, and procedures.
When you leave your valuables in a bank vault, it’s because you trust the security of that vault. When you do business with a company, you place your trust in that company’s security. Trust is essential for business, particularly in this age of data in the cloud.
At IronCore Labs, we sell a better way to secure data, which means that all of our systems are held to high standards of security both by our customers and by us — as they should be. We work hard to earn our customers' trust and to show them that we take their trust very seriously.
This SOC 2 audit is just part of our multi-pronged approach to security, which includes 3rd-party code audits, a bug bounty program, rigorous testing, and more. Take a look at our trust center to see just how seriously we take security and privacy.
The SOC 2 Type 1 report is available to customers and prospects on request. Because of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) requirements, we must have an NDA in place before we can share it.
**About Patrick Walsh
**I’m the CEO of IronCore Labs, where we are changing how software is built to bring customers control of their data. To see more of this kind of content, follow our publication, The Salty Hash, on Medium. To learn more about IronCore Labs or get in touch, visit https://ironcorelabs.com. If you’re interested in cyber-security, privacy, encryption, law or the intersection of all of the above, please follow me.
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