One of our core value propositions consists in making sure that our infrastructure responds to the highest levels of security, confidentiality, and availability. It is with this goal in mind that we passed our first ISO 27001 certification in December 2020. We are very happy to announce that we have now added an ISAE 3402 Type 1 certification to this.
Utrecht (NL) – The most important international standard for companies in the financial sector is ISAE 3402. In today’s global economy, customers need to know that any service provider they work with has sufficient controls and safeguards in place. Successful completion of the ISAE 3402 Type 1 certification can help distinguish providers as the report assures customers that the certified service organization has appropriate controls in place.
“These standards deliver transparency to our customers, helping strengthen their trust in Quantoz. We believe this gives us a true competitive advantage, since we are one of the few service providers in the blockchain and cryptocurrency solutions space that are ISAE 3402 Type 1 certified.” said Nick Haasnoot, CEO of Quantoz. “Our successful completion of this audit report demonstrates our continued commitment to protecting our customer’s sensitive data through the operational excellence of our systems.”
“This certification, along with our ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification, is further evidence of our continued investment in ensuring our customer’s security. This is part of our very robust controls and compliance program, which we’ve invested in from day one, to build transparency and decrease risk for our customers and other stakeholders,” continued Haasnoot.
ISAE 3402 was designed specifically to address customer’s requirements that service organizations demonstrate that they have adequate internal control systems to protect data and sensitive information belonging to the customers. The ISAE 3402 Assurance Report examines the definition and implementation of control objectives as well as the existence and effectiveness of controls. The basic prerequisite for a successful audit is a complete and up-to-date documentation of the company organization, the IT organization and ICS-related issues.