Earning this credential identifies Carceron as a business that meets or exceeds the best business practices the IT industry has to offer in critical areas such as data protection, personnel security and access management.
Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) November 19, 2014
Carceron a managed IT services and managed security services provider, to professional services organizations, such as healthcare practices, law firms and financial companies announced today it has received the CompTIA Security Trustmark, a respected industry credential that signifies its adherence to best practices for information security.
“Earning this credential identifies Carceron as a business that meets or exceeds the best business practices the IT industry has to offer in critical areas such as data protection, personnel security and access management,” said Nancy Hammervik, senior vice president, industry relations, CompTIA.
The Trustmark was developed by CompTIA, the non-profit association for the information technology industry, in collaboration with industry experts and leaders, to identify technology businesses that consistently follow security best practices as validated by an independent 3rd party review of an organization’s overall security posture.
Carceron CEO, Chad Massaker commented: “Carceron has always been on the forefront of validating our technical and security skills against industry best practices. We were the first company in Metro Atlanta to earn CompTIA’s Managed Services Trustmark and are now only one of three companies in the entire state of Georgia to hold both the CompTIA Managed Services and Security+ Trustmarks simultaneously.”
The CompTIA Security Trustmark was developed with the support of technology companies at the forefront of the IT security industry.
To earn the Trustmark Carceron successfully passed an independent assessment of their security policies, capabilities, practices, and processes against industry best practices in areas such a security technologies; vulnerability assessment detection; data encryption; technical employee knowledge/expertise; security clearances and background checks; physical and hardware security; and permissions, passwords and other security requirements.
Visit CompTIA Security Trustmark+ to learn more.