To certify, or not certify, that is the question.

Today, your clients and partners may require that you have a cybersecurity certification as a condition for doing business with them. Certifications prove that you are committed to security. According to some, it reduces risks for all involved. Getting a certification is also a way of strengthening your company’s reputation and instilling trust in your customers.

By getting certifications and guaranteeing your security measures follow the best practices and standards of the industry, you can make your clients and investors feel confident that their systems are well-run, and their data is safe. It’s also important for meeting legal requirements and reducing risks.

Vanta has automated the process

Meet Vanta and get to ask questions on certification and how to go about it, as well as learn different ways of doing it.

Vanta’s software helps businesses automate security compliance tasks, ensuring digital systems are secure and meet all the necessary rules and standards. It does this by automatically handling tasks related to security compliance. In simpler terms, it helps businesses keep their online data safe and legal without needing to spend lots of extra effort.

Axis will also join the conversation, presenting their perspective, as well as other actors in the field.

ISO 27001 and SOC 2 are two key standards related to information security and data privacy:

ISO 27001

This is an internationally recognized standard for Information Security Management Systems (ISMS). It provides a framework for organizations to establish, implement, maintain, and continually improve their information security management processes. ISO 27001 covers various aspects of information security, including risk assessment and treatment, access control, cryptography, physical security, and compliance. Achieving ISO 27001 certification demonstrates that an organization has implemented robust security measures to protect its information assets.


SOC 2, or Service Organization Control 2, is a framework developed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) for assessing and reporting on the controls relevant to security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy of data processed by service organizations. SOC 2 reports are commonly used by technology companies, particularly those offering cloud-based services, to demonstrate their commitment to data security and privacy to customers and stakeholders. SOC 2 reports are based on the Trust Services Criteria, which are a set of principles and criteria used to evaluate an organization’s controls over its systems and data.

In summary, ISO 27001 focuses on establishing an information security management system within an organization, while SOC 2 provides assurance to customers and stakeholders regarding the security and privacy controls implemented by service organizations. Both standards are essential for ensuring the security and integrity of information assets in today’s digital landscape.

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