Assessment Systems, international leaders in psychometrics and assessment software, have completed the Service Organization Controls (SOC) 2 Type 2 audit reaffirming its commitment to data security for its employees and client partners.
Assessments Systems completed the SOC 2 audit in partnership with A-Lign. A-Lign employs the defined criteria of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) to complete the audit. The audit examined multiple components by which Assessment Systems provides its services including: Infrastructure – physical, IT, and hardware; Software; People – governance and operations; processes – automated and manual; and data – transaction streams, files, databases, and outputs used or processed by a system.
“Our team drove this initiative as an effort to ensure we’re always at our best for our partners. We’re incredibly proud to complete the SOC 2 Type 2 audit,” said Dave Saben, President and CEO at Assessment Systems, “As we continue to develop software and programs that elevate psychometrics and assessment, it is paramount to secure all aspects of our organization and do the right thing for our partners.”
In addition to successfully completing the SOC 2 Type 2 audit, Assessment Systems is proud to continuously innovate and develop features and enhancements for its flagship products – FastTest, Certifior, Iteman and Xcalibre – and the anticipated release of its new assessment platform, āda. āda is AI-Driven Assessment and the future of psychometrics and assessments. As international leaders in psychometrics, assessment, and certification programs, āda is Assessment Systems’ commitment to continuously developing and delivering smarter, faster, and fairer assessments. Click here to stay up to date with ada developments. To request a copy of the full SOC2 audit report, email HR@220.127.116.11.
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