Protecting you and your candidate’s information
Through our commitment to service and security, IntelliCorp is SOC 2-certified
Developed by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA), this auditing procedure establishes the necessary criteria for properly preserving customer data. SOC 2 requires that companies develop and follow a strict adherence to policies and procedures, based on these principles:
By meeting the requirements of these principles and monitoring our processes on an ongoing basis, you can be assured you’re getting an extra layer of security and credibility.
At IntelliCorp, service is at the heart of everything we do. Because of that, we developed our own set of policies used to govern our use of client information, in addition to our enterprise-wide policies and standards. These rigorous standards include the extensive credentialing of our clients and the auditing of our clients’ use of information collected.
These policies and procedures were reviewed and certified by a third party auditor to ensure IntellICorp meets the criteria set forth by the AICPA.
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