Service Organization Controls (SOC)
Building trust and confidence in systems is critical for service organizations like Alta Resources. Whether we’re processing a brand’s online payments or fulfilling its outbound shipments, our systems must possess the ultimate in security and reliability. And that calls for meeting the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) rigid auditing standards. Those standards, which are contained in a report titled Service Organization Controls (SOC), cover various components of a service organization’s systems:
- Prevented product deficiencies
- Processing integrity
SOC Standards: Integral for Integrity
Part of our S.A.F.E. initiative, meeting SOC auditing standards means we can assure our customers and business partners that we have internal controls in place to safeguard their data. And that assurance can be passed along to our client’s customers.
By defining our control activities and procedures, Alta Resources guarantees the integrity of our operations and that we have best-in-class protocol in place for processing user data across any of our systems. When you combine our SOC adherence with our PCI compliance, you could say that our secure environment has raised the bar on standards.