March 17, 2021

We're Committed to Security: illumis is SOC 2 Certified

We are excited to announce that illumis is now officially SOC 2 certified.

The SOC 2 certification demonstrates a commitment to best-in-class security controls in order to comply with the AICPA’s Trust Services Criteria. This accreditation highlights our adherence to one of the most stringent, industry-accepted auditing standards on the market, and provides assurance to our customers that our business process, information technology, and risk management controls are correctly designed.

The official audit report provides a thorough review of our internal controls, policies, and processes for both our monitoring and search platforms. It also reviews illumis’ processes relating to risk management and vendor due diligence, as well as illumis’ entire IT infrastructure, software development life cycle, change management, logical security, network security, and computer operations.

In today’s world, data security is ever more important. Securely managing our customers’ data has always been a top priority at illumis, and now we have the gold standard certification to demonstrate it.

At illumis, we provide the leading solutions to help our customers reduce risk and increase transparency. Our platforms continue to set the standard, with cutting-edge technology and comprehensive public datasets. Interested in a demo? Email us at [email protected]!


compliance updates
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compliance updates
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compliance updates
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