Zero Hash Earns Two Globally Recognized Security Certifications, Solidifying its Position as a Trusted Leader in B2B Digital Assets Infrastructure
Zero Hash, a leading provider of B2B digital assets infrastructure, announced it had successfully completed a Type 1 System and Organization Controls (SOC) 2 examination and International Organization of Standardization (ISO) 27001 certification. The SOC and ISO certifications are the two most globally recognized and trusted security standards. The security and compliance examination was performed by Schellman & Company.
Zero Hash is an API digital assets infrastructure company that provides a turnkey solution for platforms to offer the ability to buy, sell, receive, send, earn, and reward digital assets. Zero Hash’s partners leverage Zero Hash’s technology, regulatory compliance, and operations to embed digital asset products into their existing product suite. Achieving these key industry certifications solidifies Zero Hash’s position as the trusted partner for some of the largest financial institutions and publicly-traded organizations globally.
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“Zero Hash strives for the industry’s leading compliance program. The successful completion of our Type 1 SOC 2 examination and ISO 27001 certification further exemplifies our dedication to providing compliant and secure services to all Zero Hash platforms end-users,” said Stephen Gardner, Chief Legal Officer at Zero Hash.
Type 1 SOC 2 reports are designed to assure service organizations’ existing and potential clients, management, and user entities about the suitability and effectiveness of the service organization’s controls relevant to processing customer data. For compliance, companies are assessed on several criteria pertinent to security: Security, Availability, Processing Integrity, Confidentiality, Privacy and HIPAA Security Rule Requirements.
ISO 27001 is widely known for providing requirements for an information security management system (ISMS). Using them enables organizations to manage the security of assets such as financial information, intellectual property, employee details or information entrusted by third parties.
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