ReEmployAbility is proud to announce that it has successfully completed a SOC 2 Type 1 Service Organization Controls (SOC) examination. The examination affirms ReEmployAbility’s long-standing commitment to data security practices and its customers that trust ReEmployAbility to secure, control, and efficiently manage their sensitive personal identifiable information (PII) and program data.
“At ReEmployAbility, we are passionate about helping individuals make a difference in their communities,” said Abby Torres, IT Director. “We realized early on that to make the greatest impact possible we would need to invest in the latest and most innovative technology available. As a result, in 2018 we transitioned to a fully cloud-based environment enabling us to enhance and enforce the most trusted security measures, while also allowing us to offer clients 24/7 access to their data from our self-serve portals.”
Torres continued, “Obtaining the SOC 2 report in addition to reaffirming and improving our practices and standards will remain a priority of ReEmployAbility. Our commitment to offering reliable and efficient services to our clients and partners is at the core of what has made or Transition2Work program the premier choice of return-to-work services.”
As organizations increasingly use outside vendors to perform activities that are essential to their business operations and strategy, there is a need for more trust and transparency into service providers’ operations, processes, and solutions. ReEmployAbility’s SOC 2 report verifies internal controls have been designed and implemented to meet the requirements set forth in the AICPA Trust Services Criteria for Security, Availability and Confidentiality.
ReEmployAbility selected 360 Advanced, Inc. to perform the third-party examination. The examination provided assurance about the suitability of the design of the company’s controls in their description, to meet the selected trust services criteria, at a point in time. ReEmployAbility will continue to protect client and partner data by using secure cloud-based technology and annual external testing of security measures. In 2022, ReEmployAbility will complete the next level, SOC 2 Type 2 testing, to further ensure data security.