ACTICO, the company specialising in advanced compliance, credit risk and decision-making software, has successfully achieved the demanding SOC 2 certification. This recognition reflects how its cloud-based solutions meet the highest security standards and guarantee unrivaled uptime, processing integrity, confidentiality and data protection.

As a proven benchmark standard, SOC 2 is tangible evidence that ACTICO has the appropriate controls and procedures in place, paving the way for cloud services. The certification, issued by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and a key mark of quality, gives security to any financial organisation that uses, or is considering using, ACTICO’s cloud solutions for critical business processes.

“As demands for efficiency and flexibility grow, many financial institutions are considering cloudified solutions. But this can’t be at the cost of security. The SOC 2 certification offers our customers unrivalled assurance that ACTICO meets the highest security standards. They know, beyond doubt, that their data and systems are fully protected against unauthorised access, misuse and loss,” explains Timo Jakob, ACTICO CTO.

A further audit carried out by an independent auditing company reconfirmed the comprehensive reliability of ACTICO’s solutions. The scope includes robust security measures to protect data and systems, ensure high availability for continuous operation and data processing integrity, keep sensitive information confidential and comply with current data protection regulations.

“ACTICO’s SOC 2 certification demonstrates our continued commitment to the security and privacy of our customers and their end users,” said Hans Jürgen Rieder, ACTICO CEO.

About SOC 2:

SOC 2 certification is an independent audit developed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), which assesses the security, confidentiality, integrity, availability and privacy of the IT systems and processes within an organisation. It is sought-after by companies across the board – including financial services, healthcare and technology – to demonstrate the reliability of their IT systems and processes.