TeleSpace, LLC an Austin, TX based provider of Cisco Certified Hosted Unified Communications Services completes their Security Certifications for all of their services, gaining SOC II Type 2, HIPAA-HITECH, and PCI-DSS security compliance certifications. As one of the few providers of a complete Cisco-Certified Cloud Communications Services, TeleSpace is now further distinguished with security compliance certifications for their services, operations, and processes.
TeleSpace is demonstrating their commitment to provide assurance of securely handling and protecting their customer data through security compliance certifications. TeleSpace recently submitted their organizational standards, processes, and services through a series of structured external audits, resulting in the attainment and compliance certification for PCI, HIPAA, and SOC II security standards.
TeleSpace has taken the necessary steps to mitigate risk and prove to customers that they are doing everything they can to ensure the security of their cloud services. Industry Security credentials are not given out lightly to companies seeking them. TeleSpace has worked diligently over a six-month period to establish strong controls within its cloud operations and effectively implement the necessary controls required by these accreditations. More than 100 controls related to data security, availability and confidentiality were tested: No exceptions were noted in any of these controls from TeleSpace.
With ever-increasing visibility of the security breaches, it is tremendously important to ensure your cloud provider is meeting the highest standards for security. Cloud service providers that do their due diligence to protect customer data end up not only giving their customers peace of mind, but also themselves.
Philip Kiser, TeleSpace CTO/CIO comments:
“I’m proud of our team and their efforts to obtain these industry leading Security and Operational accreditations. TeleSpace has a passion to protect our customers confidentiality, while giving them peace of mind.”