In many cases, industry-specific data — for instance, payment or healthcare information — must be stored, managed and protected in environments with multiple compliance certifications. That’s why Armor offers purpose-built security, management, support and infrastructure to meet a variety of compliance requirements, including those imposed by the PCI Security Standards Council, the Cloud Security Alliance, the HITRUST Alliance and many others.

How can Armor be certain that we can help your organization achieve compliance? Because we proudly hold the following compliance certifications ourselves, all of which required third-party audits and attestations prior to conferral.

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HITRUST CSF-Certified (Certified for HIPAA Compliance)

Armor helps healthcare organizations achieve and maintain HIPAA security requirements with our HITRUST CSF compliance certification. Outsource the technical aspects of HIPAA to Armor, a HITRUST CSF-certified expert, and focus resources on administrative and privacy aspects of HIPAA/HITECH compliance regulations.

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PCI DSS Level 1-Certified (Highest Attainable)

Along with our compliance certifications, our secure PCI 3.2-compliant cloud infrastructure allows retailers and eCommerce businesses to rest assured when accepting, storing and/or processing credit cards and sensitive personal data in a responsible way. Our Totally Secure approach to security ensures that our customers meet all of their PCI DSS cloud compliance requirements.

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SSAE 16 Certification

SSAE 16 is the compliance certification standard necessary to be considered compliant with the AICPA trust principles. Armor’s SOC 1 Type II, SOC 2 Type II and SOC 3 Type II reports are from a qualified CPA firm, to provide assurance in Armor business practices.

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ISO/IEC 27001 (2013)

ISO 27001 is one of the leading international security standard frameworks. Armor’s information security management practices have achieved certification, to help customers understand the robust nature of the security program.

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Privacy Shield

The EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework was designed by the U.S. Department of Commerce and European Commission to provide companies on both sides of the Atlantic with a mechanism to comply with EU data protection requirements when transferring personal data from the European Union to the United States in support of transatlantic commerce. Armor has had its privacy program certified by TRUSTe against the Privacy Shield Framework and has submitted its certification to the U.S. Department of Commerce.