Press Release - SOC 2 Type 1 Achieved

AdvantageCS has been developing software for publishers and membership associations for over four decades. Advantage helps publishers manage subscriptions to online and print content (journals, magazines, newspapers, newsletters, books), and orders for books and ebooks, products, memberships, and bundles of the above in any combination. Advantage is architecturally customer-centric. This integrated solution also handles the business intelligence, eCommerce, customer service, marketing, analysis, and data warehouse needs of medium to large publishing and membership organizations. It is the most flexible, comprehensive, and feature-rich system in the world.

AdvantageCS was recently issued their SOC 2 Type 1 Report. To achieve this critical third-party assessment, AdvantageCS underwent a rigorous independent audit to ensure that AdvantageCS' security protocols and use of data meet strict data security requirements.

Bryan Varblow, Vice President of Operations at AdvantageCS, said, “Our clients are increasingly looking to us to provide critical software and services that evolve with the constantly changing landscape of publishing and memberships. As we support them in these efforts, they rely on us to ensure their data is kept secure. Completing our SOC 2 Type 1 Report can give our clients even greater confidence that they’ve chosen the right partner.”

SOC 2 is a voluntary reporting framework for service organizations, developed by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA), which specifies how organizations should manage customer data based on the following Trust Services Criteria: security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy.

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