DRN’s Vehicle Location Data and License Plate Recognition Technology Services Meets Criteria for Security, Availability and Confidentiality

FORT WORTH, April 9, 2015 – Digital Recognition Network (DRN) (www.drndata.com), the leading provider of vehicle location data services and solutions to the auto recovery, financial services, insurance industries, announced today that the company’s Vehicle Location Data and License Plate Recognition Technology Services has completed and passed a SOC 2 (Service Organization Control) Type 1 report for security, availability and confidentiality.

Independent service auditor, Kirkpatrick Price, LLC conducted the exam of DRN’s Vehicle Location Data and License Plate Recognition Technology Services controls as a service provider. The controls are measured against criteria for security, availability and confidentiality established by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA). The SOC 2 Type 1 Report assessment demonstrates DRNs ability to deliver secure, trusted solutions to customers.

“Completing the SOC 2 Report assures our customers that we have the controls in place for security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality and privacy. We understand that to our customers, these controls are absolutely essential given the regulatory nature of their businesses. DRN’s SOC 2 completion is yet another way that we help our clients with their compliance requirements,” said Chris Metaxas, Chief Executive Officer at DRN.

DRN’s SOC 2 report for the company’s Vehicle Location Data and License Plate Recognition Technology Services examined:

  • Infrastructure – the physical and hardware components of DRN’s systems (facilities, equipment and networks).
  • Software – DRN’s programs and operating software
  • People – the personnel involved in the operation and use of DRN’s services (developers, operators, users and managers)
  • Procedures – the automated and manual procedures involved in the operation of the system
  • Data – the information used and supported by DRN’s services (transaction streams, files, databases and tables)
Susan Crandall

Susan Crandall

Susan brings over 15 year of business experience in the data and technology field, holding leadership roles in business development, product development, market strategy and marketing. As the Vice President of Marketing and Legislative Affairs, Susan is responsible for the VaaS global brand, public relations and communications strategy. Additionally, she will support Vigilant Solutions and DRN in their continuing efforts to help customers and partners navigate the legislative landscape to ensure the continued safe and responsible use of data.

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