Third-party audit confirms Hyperscience’s best practices for data protection and security processes, providing thorough risk mitigation for adopters of Enterprise AI.
Hyperscience, a provider of enterprise artificial intelligence solutions, today announced successful completion of its SOC 2 evaluation. The audit, conducted by Schellman a leading provider of cybersecurity assessment services confirms that Hyperscience’s practices, policies, procedures and operations meet SOC 2 compliance across the categories of security, availability, processing integrity and confidentiality.
“Introducing cutting-edge AI solutions within the enterprise holds great promise and benefit but like all new transformative technologies it carries a significant amount of data, security and corporate risk. Our commitment to achieving SOC 2 certification sets a solid, trusted foundation for enterprises, alleviating unique concerns associated with AI, such as handling of sensitive enterprise training data,” said Andrew Joiner, CEO of Hyperscience. “Hyperscience’s SOC 2 certification provides enterprises with peace of mind, and supports an environment where our innovative AI infrastructure harmoniously coexists with the other most sensitive aspects of their operations. Embedding transparency and ethics into our software from Day 1 continues to set us apart from other AI software vendors.”
SOC 2 Compliance has become a vital benchmark and prerequisite in the software procurement process. The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) established this framework to help build a documented set of policies and procedures that demonstrate a company’s adeptness in managing and securing data in the cloud, while ensuring superlative customer privacy and effective handling of internal communications.
Beyond its SOC 2 accreditation, Hyperscience also holds the Cyber Essentials Plus certification put forth by the National Cyber Security Centre, considered “the highest level of certification offered under the Cyber Essentials scheme.” The enterprise AI leader also conducts regular audits, vulnerability scanning and penetration testing to ensure the security of its platform.
“Protection of our clients’ information is of the utmost importance to us,” said Tony Lee, Chief Technology Officer for Hyperscience. “Not only do we follow certified best practices to the letter, but we also ensure data at rest and in transit is protected through industry-standard encryption, as well as identity and access management to better assess current and future risk to our infrastructure.”