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Greenly is SOC2 and ISO 27001 secured
Greenly is SOC2 and ISO 27001 secured
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Since its creation, Greenly has made securing data a real priority. Supported by the best specialists, Greenly strives to meet the strictest market standards. In 2023, these efforts were rewarded with the recognition of two renowned standards: ISO 27001 and SOC2 Type 2.

What is SOC2 (System and Organization Controls)? Conducted by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), the SOC2 report refers to an audit scope attesting to the security, availability, integrity, confidentiality, and privacy of a given system.

In the case of Greenly, the audit was carried out by a completely independent third party: Sensiba San Filippo.

What is ISO 27001?

ISO 27001 is a world-renowned standard for information security management systems (ISMS). Specifically, it provides companies with guidelines for the definition, implementation, and continuous improvement of their information security management systems.

In the case of Greenly, the audit was carried out by a completely independent third party: AFNOR.

Greenly, a reliable and secure solution

The audits carried out under SOC2 and ISO 27001 focused on the controls, policies, and procedures implemented, but also on the operational efficiency of the company in terms of securing data, throughout the previous year.

The management of risks and the protection of the most sensitive data of Greenly’s customers have been recognized as two priorities of the strategy implemented by the company.

Five watchwords:

  • Security: Greenly’s system is protected from unauthorized access.

  • Availability: Greenly’s system is available at any time.

  • Integrity: Data processing complies with stated policies and procedures.

  • Confidentiality: Information designated as confidential is protected.

  • Privacy: Personal information is collected, used, stored and reported in accordance with Greenly’s privacy policy and the criteria defined by the Generally Accepted Privacy Principles (GAPP) AICPA and the General Data Protection Regulation

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