STAMFORD, Conn. – October 16, 2023 – Offering on-demand capabilities for employees and tenants to access places and spaces using digital wallets requires secure delivery of mobile credential technology. SwiftConnect, the leading provider of connected access enablement, has successfully completed this year’s annual System Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type II attestation, providing building owners and organizations in regulated industries with the peace of mind that SwiftConnect’s enterprise-grade solution conforms with the rigorous SOC 2 Type II security requirements.
Chip Kruger, SwiftConnect’s co-CEO and Chairman, stated, “Employees and tenants are delighted by SwiftConnect’s self-service, street-to-seat user journey that automates access to places, spaces, and things. At the same time, we believe that trust is earned. With our proactive approach to investing in security and privacy as validated by our certifications, administrators can rest assured that our platform for provisioning mobile passes in digital wallets not only increases operational efficiencies, but also complies with the industry’s most rigorous security and privacy requirements.”
Developed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), SOC 2 defines Trust Services Criteria that must be met by service providers to demonstrate the suitable design and operating effectiveness of security controls applicable to their systems. The annual SOC 2 Type II attestation report is prepared by an independent auditor and covers all controls relevant to the security of SwiftConnect’s platform, including access management, change and release processes, infrastructure hardening, data protection, and personnel awareness training.
“SwiftConnect’s latest SOC 2 Type II report expands our audit coverage to a 12-month period to reaffirm our dedication to providing a solid foundation that ensures data security, safeguards privacy, and addresses cybersecurity risks. It also enhances our comprehensive compliance program built on the most widely recognized standards,” said Bruno Adamo, Chief Information Security Officer at SwiftConnect.
The annual reports are industry-recognized, independent audits of a company’s ability to adhere to critical practices. This compliance is part of SwiftConnect’s commitment to meet and exceed the highest standards for instilling trust in deploying connected access within enterprises and commercial real estate buildings.
SwiftConnect’s SaaS platform leverages cloud-native technology to implement security and privacy best practices. In addition to the SOC 2 Type II attestation, SwiftConnect also achieved ISO 27001 Information Security certification and it meets General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements as a Data Processor to serve customers operating within EU and UK jurisdictions.
SwiftConnect is the leading provider of connected access enablement. We delight users with elegant ways to interact with places, spaces and things by ensuring your digital pass is on your phone, watch or anywhere it needs to be. Powering connected access experiences for commercial real estate owners and enterprises across financial and professional services, life sciences, technology, and other leading organizations, our platform integrates with existing mobile platforms, credential technologies, and business systems to provide authorized access to everything, everywhere through centralized access management. We provide a street-to-seat journey that users love, automation that redefines operational efficiency, and foundation of security and privacy that administrators trust so you can navigate your world better. www.swiftconnect.io