Premier Press Earns SOC 2 Type II Certification
Premier Press, a creative production company providing a wide range of services in direct mail, creative design, custom packaging and distribution for national brands, announced it has received its SOC 2 Type II Certification enabling it to better serve clients in industries requiring secure handling of confidential personal information. These industries include insurance, medical/health and financial.
SOC 2 (System and Organization Controls 2) is an auditing procedure designed to ensure that third-party service providers securely manage data to protect their clients' privacy and interests. Annual audits are conducted to verify that standards are maintained.
The certification enables Premier to expand its direct mail offerings and client base. The company is also HIPAA compliant, a requirement for many medical clients.
“Premier Press is proud to announce its SOC 2 Type II Certification,” said Juli Cordill, managing director, Premier Press. “This represents our continued commitment to keeping our clients’ data secure by following rigorous processes, restricted access to the plant, and secure storage along with regular employee training on security. It is yet another step we’ve taken to assure customers that we care deeply about their privacy and data security.”
As a provider of direct mail services to clients across various industries, Premier continually enhances its offerings. Last spring, Premier added a state-of-the-art roll-fed press that excels in high volume, high quality, variable data work required by direct mail programs.
“Our SOC 2 Certification benefits all our clients,” Cordill said. “It’s a stringent set of requirements that make us a stronger company overall, providing best practices to keep our internal data and servers secure.”
To learn more about Premier’s SOC 2 Certification, visit https://www.premierpress.com/blog/premier-press-earns-soc-2-certification/.
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