The assessment is a critical step in the company’s commitment to customer information security while streamlining organizations’ complex procurement processes
ARLINGTON, VA, September 21, 2023 – Level Access, the trusted provider of enterprise digital accessibility solutions, is proud to announce its successful completion of the SOC 2 Type 1 examination for the Level Access Platform. The platform is part of a comprehensive digital accessibility solution for managing, reporting, and enabling the accessibility and ADA compliance of organizations’ websites, apps, software, and other digital experiences. The successful SOC 2 examination is a testament to the high level of security and confidentiality of the platform.
The SOC 2 certification adds to Level Access’s existing ISO 27001 certification and FedRAMP Authorization and signals the company’s ongoing commitment to enterprise security, management, and support. The successful examination provides tangible proof of the platform’s strong security, while simultaneously streamlining the procurement process for organizations seeking a digitally accessible solution.
“Our large and public-sector customers require advanced levels of security and privacy, along with enterprise-level features like SSO, role-based access, issue integration, and support for multi-tiered tenant hierarchy,” said Tim Springer, Founder and CEO of Level Access. “This examination further solidifies our dedication to upholding the highest standards of security and confidentiality for organizations of every size and scale.”
With the anticipated cost of cybercrime expected to surge to a staggering $10.5 trillion annually by 2025, the imperative for rigorous security measures has never been greater. Enterprises, especially, require solutions and allies who can prioritize their security. This assessment serves as a beacon of trust and reliability for enterprise clients, especially those navigating the intricacies of regulated sectors. Level Access’s firm focus on these principles strengthens the trust clients can place in its approach to unique business needs.
“Our decision to undertake the SOC 2 Type 1 examination was driven by our commitment to security and confidentiality, and to demonstrate to our customers that security remains a top priority for Level Access,” added Jeremy Sumner, Director of Information Security at Level Access. “As we move forward, we aim to pursue SOC 2 Type 2 and further reduce our customers’ risk profiles while strengthening our position as the trusted partner in digital accessibility.”
For a comprehensive insight into Level Access’s unwavering commitment to security, confidentiality, and digital accessibility, visit www.levelaccess.com.
About Level Access
Level Access has an unparalleled history in helping customers achieve and maintain compliance with the full scope of accessible technology regulations and standards including the ADA, WCAG, CVAA, AODA, EU directives on digital accessibility, and Section 508. Delivered through a comprehensive suite of software, expert services, and training, the company’s solution ensures customers’ websites, desktop and mobile applications, embedded software, gaming software, digital products, and electronic documents are accessible to everyone. To learn more, visit www.levelaccess.com.
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