Veryfi Shield for companies that care about data privacy

Veryfi is SOC2 Type2 Certified

A SOC 2 Type 2 report is an internal controls report outlining how Veryfi safeguards customer data and how well those controls are operating. These reports are issued by Linford & Company LLP (third party auditors) covering the principles of Security, Availability, Confidentiality, and Privacy.

A SOC2 Type2 report is available for Veryfi customers upon request to cso@veryfi.com

Veryfi Shield is a data privacy commitment and guarantee to you that all data processing is safe and secure.

Certification
SOC2 Type2 Certified

Veryfi’s SOC2 Type2 report outlines how Veryfi safeguards customer data and how well those controls are operating. More below

High-Bar Standards
Industry Encryption Standards

Veryfi employs TLS1.2 & 1.3, Salted Password Hashing, AES at Rest & In-Transit. NIST ISO used for audit.

Global Compliance
GDPR, HIPAA and CCPA Compliant

Veryfi will sign BAA upon request where Healthcare PHI is handled by Veryfi.

 
Federal
GovCloud Option

Federal Customers can opt in for Veryfi’s GovCloud offering that’s CMMC compliant or on-prem solution.

Assessment
PEN Testing

Performed regularly by Synopsys NPS (NASDAQ), an independent software security company.

PII Protection
No Humans-in-the-Loop

Veryfi is machines all the way down. This means data privacy, superior accuracy, and lots and lots of data in seconds.

 

Using Veryfi, the processing of your data is SAFE.

Veryfi Shield protects your Personally identifiable information (PII) by not exposing your data to any Human-in-the-loop (HITL) or offshore extraction teams. Such practices are unfortunately all too common with other providers where unstructured documents are converted to data. It’s a hard problem to solve. At Veryfi we have solved this using machines end-to-end with accuracy and speeds that surpass human intervention.

Demand the best. Data privacy is a right.

Did you know

iapp Tracker: US State Comprehensive Privacy Law Comparison published on iapp by Sarah Rippy 2022
iapp Tracker: US State Comprehensive Privacy Law Comparison published on iapp by Sarah Rippy

State-level momentum for comprehensive privacy bills is at an all-time high after the California Consumer Privacy Act passed in 2018, multiple states proposed similar legislation to protect consumers in their state through transparency. How customer data is handled is the pinnacle of these bills. More at The IAPP Westin Research Center.

 

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