NextRequest, The Country's Leading Govtech FOIA Solution, Announces SOC 2 Compliance

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NextRequest's investment in security best practices is to ensure their customer's data stays safe, their staff is productive, and their teams can focus on solving real-world problems. Today they're excited to share even more progress: NextRequest has achieved the AICPA Service Organization Controls (SOC) 2 Type 1 compliance.

As the leader in FOIA software, we're proud to lead by example with a continuous, dedicated commitment to security. Our completion of the SOC 2 audit shows that organizations nationwide can rely upon us to protect their sensitive information.” says Andy Hull, NextRequest’s CTO

NextRequest, the leading government technology SaaS platform of FOIA management for local and state agencies, today announced the milestone of successfully completing the SOC 2 Type 1 audit. The announcement comes shortly after the company’s recent news of mapping to CJIS and the HIPAA Security Rule Controls.

The Service Organization Control (SOC) reporting platform was developed by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) to help organizations manage the complex and often diverse security issues around their data. The SOC reporting platform is also used as a framework for service providers to measure against.

SOC 2 defines criteria for managing customer data based on five “trust service principles”; security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy. In completing the SOC 2 audit, NextRequest demonstrates its ongoing commitment to the data security of its customers and their constituents.

NextRequest’s focus to deliver enterprise-level security, privacy, and performance is driven by their entrepreneurial culture. The company was founded by individuals who are fanatically driven to providing the best FOIA software on the market.

To learn more about NextRequest’s security policies and ongoing initiatives, visit https://www.nextrequest.com/security.

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