Trynzic Receives SOC 2 Type II Compliance Certification

Fargo, North Dakota, USA – September 26, 2022 – Trynzic LLC, an AMI and IoT utilities software company, is pleased to announce it has received its SOC 2 Compliance Certification.

Service Organization Controls (SOC) 2 is an information security compliance standard designed to test and demonstrate the cybersecurity of an organization. These security standards are maintained by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), but they meet the needs of a broad range of clients.

With this certification, Trynzic can now provide fully vetted, detailed information and assurance about its internal controls and its application. This is especially relevant to both the security, availability and processing integrity of the systems Trynzic uses to process users’ data, as well as the confidentiality and privacy of the information processed by their systems. Trynzic is committed to renewing and preserving its SOC 2 compliance annually and constantly improving its ability to help clients as much as possible while maintaining their trust.  

“Cybersecurity is a top priority at Trynzic. SOC 2 compliance is critical to demonstrating our commitment to the security of our partners as well as the continued growth of our company as we increase our go-to-market activities,” said CTO Morgan Korn. “Clients and prospects can rest assured knowing our internal cybersecurity controls are completely vetted and designed to keep information secure.”

About Trynzic

Trynzic bridges the gap between advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) and traditional business processes to help utilities providers deliver a completely new kind of service experience. Trynzic’s IoT software platform is used by utility distributors to turn never-ending streams of raw, smart meter data into polished, predictive business workflows. Built on Microsoft Azure, Trynzic’s software platform combines event-driven architecture and serverless computing to give providers an affordable way to process, prioritize and respond to utility issues like outages or equipment failures in real-time.

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