Thursday, 17 December, 2020
New York City – KUDO Inc., the leading Language-as-a-Service solution for online meetings, today announced that it has successfully completed its Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type 1 audit. This attestation affirms KUDO’s strong commitment to provide its clients with the highest standards for security
As KUDO supports the multilingual communication needs of many high-profile clients on nearly every continent, the company is constantly working to ensure that its data privacy and security practices are in line with the highest standards in the world and provide peace of mind to its diverse and truly global client base.
The SOC 2 attestation verifies the existence of internal controls which have been designed and implemented by KUDO to comply with the requirements dictated by the Trust Services Principles, providing an in-depth review of how KUDO’s internal controls handle the security, availability, and integrity of the systems used to process user’s data, and the confidentiality and privacy of the information processed.
“Security at KUDO is not treated as an afterthought, executive management has long recognized the value of building security into our platform and continues to invest in a holistic approach encompassing its people, processes, and technologies,” says Frank Shirmo, KUDO’s VP of Cybersecurity and Compliance, “the completion of the SOC 2 audit shows our commitment to security and protection of assets of our service customers.” he adds.
KUDO’s SOC 2 compliance builds upon the company’s security program, along with other initiatives already in place, such as GDPR compliance, and the upcoming FedRAMP Assessment. These efforts will be followed by further security initiatives on the KUDO roadmap.
KUDO boasts a state-of-the-art platform that includes support for all kinds of multilingual meetings and live events, providing built-in collaboration tools and a robust parliamentary voting solution, with an innovative mix of technology and human language talent to bridge language and geographic barriers.