We take security seriously. That’s why SecureLink has partnered with LMG Security, a leader in cybersecurity testing and auditing, to perform independent security assessments. For more information about our latest security assessment by LMG Security, you can download the Letter of Attestation.
“SecureLink is run by smart and caring professionals that truly understand the importance of cybersecurity, and are willing to go the extra mile for their customers. You can see this in the way that they invest in their cybersecurity program. We are pleased to announce that LMG Security has now partnered with SecureLink, and will be conducting regular monthly and annual assessments of the SecureLink product. It is a privilege to work with the SecureLink team.”
Our comprehensive internal security processes include static code analysis, industry-standard vulnerability scanning, automated unit/regression testing, and code reviews of all merge requests.
Additionally, LMG Security conducts the following assessments:
We are happy to announce that SecureLink has passed its Service Organization Controls (SOC) audit with flying colors that further verifies our security posture and how seriously we take this.
The SOC audit is a third-party examination of security controls based on the Trusted Services Criteria (TSC), a set of best practices and standards that were put in place by the American Association of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). This is a widely recognized certification and the gold standard for third party security audits.
Within SOC, there are several versions of SOC reports a firm can get:
There are also two types of reports:
SecureLink has its SOC 2, Type 1 report and will be obtaining a SOC 2, Type 2 in 2021, once the one year study period has elapsed. Upon request, this information can be shared.
Visit our Security Disclosure page for our policy on communicating application vulnerabilities.