Fairfax Software Successfully Achieves SOC 2 Type 2 Compliance

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Fairfax Software, leading provider of business re-engineering services to government agencies and companies throughout the United States and Canada, has successfully completed its System and Organization Controls (SOC) 2, Type 2 examination. Fairfax cites that all efforts were completed by a professional and independent third-party audit firm, 360 Advanced.

Fairfax Software Successfully Achieves SOC 2 Type 2 Compliance

"We are elated to have obtained this distinguished SOC 2 certification. It reflects upon our prolific attention to security awareness and is a testimony to our long-standing tradition of implementing sound security principles in our projects and processes,” - Steve Chahal, President & CEO.

Fairfax Software, leading provider of business reengineering services to government agencies and companies throughout the United States and Canada, has successfully completed its System and Organization Controls (SOC) 2, Type 2 examination. Fairfax cites that all efforts were completed by a professional and independent third-party audit firm, 360 Advanced.

"We are elated to have obtained this distinguished SOC 2 certification. It reflects upon our prolific attention to security awareness and is a testimony to our long-standing tradition of implementing sound security principles in our projects and processes,” shares Steve Chahal, President & CEO of Fairfax Software.

“It also consolidates our position of trust when it comes to hosting and supporting mission-critical financial applications for government and industry."

More and more organizations are encouraged to complete their due diligence by verifying that their third-party vendors are maintaining data privacy in a secure and compliant manner. Companies such as Fairfax are making sure to undergo annual audits in order to acquire and retain clients.

“In our business, we typically are marketing to government clients who usually require bidders to have certain assessment frameworks, such as the SOC 2 report,” shares Michael Minter, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Fairfax Software. “More and more, reports like these are becoming an industry standard.”

Fairfax Software chose to strengthen their security posture by meeting rigorous compliance criteria as defined by the AICPA’s SOC 2 Type 2 framework in a mission to protect their client’s data.

Completion of the SOC 2 Type 2 examination is widely recognized for demonstrating an organization’s commitment to the AICPA Trust Services Criteria, including: Security, Availability, Processing Integrity, Confidentiality, and Privacy.

Companies that undergo annual SOC 2 examinations can demonstrate a substantially higher level of assurance and operationally visibility than those companies who do not, offering Fairfax Software an edge over competitors.

For this reason, Fairfax Software has maintained SOC 2 compliance initiatives regularly since 2018.

About Fairfax Software:
Fairfax was founded in 1994 to provide products, services, and solutions to the data capture, forms processing, and remittance in the commercial and government sectors. Since its inception, Fairfax continues its focus on this primary niche area of expertise by continued expansion of its product line and services offered to assist its clients in achieving efficiencies in their operations. Fairfax builds its core products based on technological advancements in the imaging, character recognition, document workflow, and payment processing fields to provide innovative solutions to address real world business challenges. Fairfax solutions aim at offering an integration approach within larger end user systems. Such seamless integration can be performed by Fairfax, the end-user, or a third-party system integrator, as needed to meet the objectives and requirements of the client. To maintain client satisfaction, Fairfax embraces a client-centric management approach. In this approach, Fairfax commits to their partners and clients a program manager and project engineers to provide functional systems and integration on-site within the client’s environment. Fairfax provides business reengineering services to government agencies and companies throughout the United States and Canada. The business process reengineering occurs before the system is designed or installed and is part of the overall system design methodology and philosophy for clients to streamline operations after deployment in the business reengineering domain and implementation of solutions coupled with reengineered guidelines. Fairfax’s products and solutions process hundreds of millions of forms and checks, which includes check 21 processing and depositing for clients. Fairfax is headquartered in Tampa, Florida, with several satellite offices throughout the United States.

Media Contact:
Michael Minter, Vice President Sales and Marketing
mminter(at)fairfaxsoftware.com
877-627-8325

About 360 Advanced:
360 Advanced is a national Cybersecurity Compliance Audit firm based in St. Petersburg, Florida. Services provided include Penetration Testing, GDPR, SOC 1, SOC 2, SOC 3, SOC for Cybersecurity, ISO 27001, PCI-DSS, HIPAA/HITECH, HITRUST CSF, Microsoft Vendor Policy, and more. In certain states, 360 Advanced may operate under the name of Hiestand, Brand, Loughran, P.A. to meet AICPA requirements. To learn more about 360 Advanced, visit http://www.360advanced.com.

For more information on compliance solutions, email info(at)360advanced.com.

Media Contact:
Jordanne LePre
jlepre(at)360advanced.com

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