Sumo Logic has announced that it has completed the Type 1 Service Organization Control (SOC) examination successfully.
Companies registering for this SOC 2 Type 1 examination have to undergo a strict review process with regard to security architecture, business processes and policies. In case of Sumo, the company had to be reviewed by three Trust Services Principles, which reviewed controls over security, availability and processing integrity.
Upon passing the SOC exam, the company is certified that it meets the highest standards of security, confidentiality and availability. Officials at Sumo Logic said this success showcases their level of commitment to deliver the industry’s most advanced, secure and reliable log management and analytics service.
“Security is baked into the DNA of the Sumo Logic offering. By meeting these stringent SOC 2 criteria for customer security, confidentiality and data integrity, we are sending a clear message about the readiness of our cloud-based log management and analytics service for the enterprise,” said Bruno Kurtic, founding vice president of Product Management and Strategy, Sumo Logic. “This is another point of validation of how the Sumo Logic architecture meets the needs of the most demanding enterprise environments.”
The examination and service auditing was done by an independent CPA firm, BrightLine CPAs and Associates, Inc.
Sumo Logic is the next-generation log management and analytics company offering cloud-based service with real-time interactive analytics at petabyte scale. The Sumo Logic service is backed by patent-pending Elastic Log ProcessingT and LogReduceT technologies, and transforms log data into actionable insights for IT operations, application management and security and compliance teams.
The company utilizes the cloud to cut down on operational overhead, improve scalability, deepen analytics, and lower TCO traditionally associated with costly and complex on-premises solutions.