Reliable Results from a SAS 70 Certified Service Provider
Secure Data Recovery Services uses advanced security practices at all of our facilities, and we fully comply with SAS 70 auditing standards to provide our clients with peace of mind.
We were one of the first professional data recovery providers to earn certifications under SSAE 16 Type II and SAS 70 standards.
Information security is one of the most important factors to consider when choosing an IT contractor. By using strict procedures at our facilities, we have established a reputation as the world's most secure data recovery company.
Benefits of working with a certified data recovery provider:
- Secure Data Handling Procedures and Reliable Results
- Faster Turnaround Times
- Excellent Protection for Financial Data and Other Protected Files
- Auditing Protection for Publicly Traded Businesses
Our adherence to SAS 70 and SSAE 16 Type II SOC 1 standards demonstrates our commitment to high-quality service. We also offer extremely dependable recovery rates through our network of facilities, and each case includes a no recovery, no charge guarantee.
Please see our latest SSAE 16 Type II Audit Certification Report below:.
When you work with Secure Data Recovery Services, you get the reliable results that you need to minimize downtime and losses after any sudden computer disaster. We offer full access to our audit and attestation reports online; read on for more information.
How SAS 70 Type II Certification Affects the Data Recovery Process
SAS 70 is a set of standards that requires regular audits of information systems to ensure that proper controls are in place. It was designed to keep financial data safe, and all publicly traded companies need to follow the standards when working with IT contractors. In 2010, SSAE 16 replaced SAS 70, providing a number of crucial updates to the standards.
With the revisions of SSAE 16 Type II, companies were asked to provide a demonstration of all of their systems and controls.
This means that in addition to the requirements of SAS 70, companies must provide:
- Demonstrations of file transfer protocols, encryption and other tools that protect data during electronic transfers.
- Demonstrations of lab security measures that prevent unauthorized data recovery engineers from accessing data.
- A clear description of new controls and the methods that the company will use to enact those controls.
- Long-term plans for security system upgrades and updates.
Companies that earn SSAE 16 Type II SOC 1 certification have provided adequate demonstrations of their controls, and in many cases, certified companies comply with major information security laws.
Compliance is important for thousands of businesses across the United States. At Secure Data Recovery Services, we take essential steps to protect our clients from violations. In addition to our SSAE 16 Type II certification, we hold compliance credentials for PCI-DSS and other information security laws.
What to Consider When Choosing a Data Recovery Provider
When you look for a qualified recovery company, you should ask about certifications and ask to see relevant security reports. Certifications and audits show a true commitment to data security and can provide peace of mind during the recovery process.
You should never trust a company with your data without proof of their privacy standards. We provide our customers with online documentation for all of our certifications, including regular SAS 70 and SSAE 16 Type II audit reports from qualified attestation firms. We also offer special high security service options for our clients, and all of our standard services feature risk-free diagnostics. When you work with Secure Data Recovery Services, you get dependable results from a secure, tested provider. Our teams are always ready to discuss your case; to get started, call our customer service team today at 1-800-388-1266.