Data Security and Compliance for the Heavy Construction Industry

See how our industry-leading security program protects your data, handles risk, and helps your business meet compliance standards without compromising day-to-day operations.

Compliance at HCSS

SOC 1 (Type 2)

Financial controls are properly designed and operate effectively

SOC 2 (Type 2)

Trust Services Criteria: Security

"When partnering with HCSS, you can trust that we take the protection of your data seriously. We have made significant investments in our organizational controls and cybersecurity, and believe in its importance to maintain the integrity of our systems. To ensure the best defense possible, we maintain strict security controls and policies to ensure the protection, integrity, processing, privacy, and confidentiality of your data.

We make it a priority to not only offer the best solutions and infrastructure in the industry but also to ensure that our software is built with the highest level of security in mind."

-- Ketul Parekh, Vice President of Technology

ketul parekh hcss
An industry leader in cloud infrastructure

Trust in a software partner to run your business on a secure cloud that supports you from anywhere and is powered by a platform with enterprise-level infrastructure and data security at every level. HCSS partners with hosting industry leaders to protect your investment in the cloud.

What is SOC?

A SOC (System and Organization Controls) compliance report is a third-party assurance that a service organization, such as HCSS, has been independently reviewed and has met the AICPA's (American Institute of Certified Public Accountants) standards for providing services to its customers.

This report is essential for software companies like HCSS because it helps to build trust with customers and demonstrate that they have robust controls in place to protect customer data and maintain the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of their systems.

what is soc
soc construction
Why is it important for HCSS to be SOC-compliant?

There are several reasons why it is important for a software company to be SOC-compliant:

  • Customer trust: A SOC compliance report helps to build trust with customers and demonstrates that the company takes data security seriously.
  • Industry standards: SOC compliance shows that the company has met industry-recognized standards for data security and system controls.
  • Regulatory requirements: Some industries and sectors may require SOC compliance as a regulatory requirement.
  • Risk management: A SOC compliance report helps a company identify and address potential risks to their systems and data which helps to protect against data breaches and other security incidents.
  • Business continuity: By maintaining strong controls and safeguards, a SOC-compliant software company like HCSS can help ensure the continuity of its business operations.