Strike Graph, a compliance automation startup, today announces that it has achieved a System and Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type 1 attestation for its GRC platform. The SOC 2 report reinforces Strike Graph’s commitment to security standards. The Strike Graph platform is the System of Record for its customers cybersecurity compliance practice. The data stored on compliance platforms are sensitive and private.
A SOC 2 audit is meant to convey maturity and trust because it provides an independent, third-party validation that a service organization’s information security practices meet industry standards as stipulated by the AICPA. The SOC 2 report verifies the suitability of the design and operating effectiveness of Strike Graph’s controls to meet the Common Criteria, which includes security practices. In a recent survey, 90% of companies perform a SOC 2 audit due to competitor pressure or customer demand. With its recent audit, Strike Graph customers gain independent verification of the security and cybersecurity practices of the critical infrastructure that the company provides.
“We’re in the business of helping companies with SOC 2 compliance, so it’s only appropriate that we’re compliant as well,” said Justin Beals, CEO and co-founder of Strike Graph. “We’ve demonstrated a commitment to our customers by embarking on our own SOC 2 journey. The process allowed us to examine our product from another perspective and as a result, we’ve developed exciting enhancements and new features for our product roadmap.”
To learn more about the Strike Graph SOC 2 journey, visit our “Five Lessons Learned from Our Own SOC 2 Journey” blog post.
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About Strike Graph
Founded in 2020 by Justin Beals & Brian Bero, Strike Graph is a compliance SAAS solution simplifying security certifications like SOC 2 Type I/II, ISO 27001 and FedRamp. Facilitated by the Strike Graph platform, key actors in the process including Risk Managers, CTO’s, CISO’s and Auditors can work collaboratively to achieve trust and move deals. The company is based in Seattle and has raised $3.9 million in funding from investors such as Madrona Venture Group. For more information, visit https://www.strikegraph.com/.