Graviti is committed to the industry’s highest standards for managing customer data.
Graviti, Inc., a pioneering data platform with the mission of empowering enterprises to manage and utilize unstructured data at scale, announced today they have completed the SOC 2® Type 1 attestation.
“Protecting our customers’ data is one of our highest priorities,” said Alex Li, Chief Technology Officer at Graviti. “This allows us to provide an additional layer of reassurance for our customers in the deployment of Graviti’s data platform and validates our ever-growing commitment to securing our customer data. Compliance with SOC 2 requirements shows our ongoing efforts that Graviti is applying best practices to ensure the security of data for our existing and potential customers and for those who care most about data security and privacy.”
SOC 2 is a rigorous compliance standard developed by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) that is designed to specify how organizations should manage customer data. As part of the attestation process, Graviti completed a thorough SOC 2 Type 1 compliance audit, providing documentation on processes, data management infrastructure, and a progressive approach to data access permissions.
To earn this attestation, Graviti partnered with Laika, a compliance-as-a-service platform that helps companies manage infosec and privacy compliance, obtain security certifications and build credibility with their customers. Graviti executed SOC 2 Type 1 by working with Laika’s integrated audit feature via Laika Compliance, LLC.
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