January 8, 2019
250ok awarded SOC 2 Type II Certification.
We hope you don’t mind a quick change in our regularly scheduled programming, because we’ve got some super nerdy news to share: We’re incredibly honored to announce the completion of our Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type II audit. That’s right, y’all; we’re certified up in here, and we passed with flying colors.
What is SOC 2 Type II?
The SOC 2 Type II certification is a comprehensive audit conducted by a third-party. It examined 250ok’s operational policies, controls and service delivery to ensure best-in-class security protocols. In passing with no exceptions, 250ok exhibited the appropriate SOC safeguards and procedures in place to protect sensitive data.
With the sheer number of breaches taking place, we want to do everything we can to protect our customers, and receiving this certification further validates our approach to the security and availability of our products.
What does it mean now that 250ok is SOC 2 Type II certified?
If you’re an enterprise sender requiring greater diligence and safeguards, we’ve got you covered. Existing and prospective 250ok customers can request the final SOC 2 report (if you’re into that sort of thing) or view the full announcement here.
We can humblebrag about our commitment to security all day, but that’s all for now. Cheers to a secure 2019!
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