he word “audit” never really sounds like fun, does it? Dan Ross can confirm that, when our brands undergo these audits, it gets intense and involves some very long days.
A SOC 2 Type I audit happens annually. It is a highly regulated audit, which results in a report that provides a professional opinion on the effectiveness of around 400 controls. (That’s a lot.) With SOC 2 Type I, auditors rigorously test those operational, security, availability, and confidentiality controls at a specific point in time.
There is also a SOC 2 Type II report, which follows the same controls, but takes place over a 12-month period rather than one point in time. Our sister brands, Mailgun and Mailjet, have already passed the SOC 2 Type II audit. In 2023, we’re working to achieve this for all Sinch Email products, including Email on Acid and InboxReady.
During a SOC 2 audit, the independent auditors will test things such as whether we’ve provided cybersecurity training to our employees. They’ll also find out if we are testing product code changes for security vulnerabilities before we push them live to our platforms.
What does all this mean to you?
Cybersecurity and data privacy compliance can get complicated – and honestly – a little bit scary too. We pursue these reports and Sweden Business Email List certifications and make them available because we want our customers to have peace of mind.
When you work with Email on Acid
InboxReady, or any of the Sinch Email solutions, you can rest easy and know that you can trust us. We don’t just tell customers and prospects that we are secure and compliant. We get our programs tested so you can be confident we mean what we say.
If you’d like to learn more about our ISO UAE Cell Number certifications or the results of our SOC 2 Type I audit, you can request and download documentation at the There, you’ll find a ton of information that could be especially helpful for those evaluating us as a potential technology partner.