CareerBuilder Employment Screening Announces Completion of SOC 2 Type 2 Data Security Audit

Ladan Nikravan Hayes

 

CareerBuilder Employment Screening, formerly Aurico, today announced that independent auditors conducting a Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type 2 examination on the company’s operations have issued a report that states CareerBuilder Employment Screening management maintains effective controls over the privacy, security and confidentiality of its employee background screening system.

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) established the SOC guidelines to protect customer and third-party information. This Type 2 report, produced by independent auditor A-Lign, details the testing of the security and availability controls used in production at CareerBuilder Employment Screening.

What Does This Mean For You?

CareerBuilder Employment Screening’s SOC 2 examination demonstrates the company’s competency in safeguarding clients’ and employees’ confidential and personally identifiable information from unauthorized access and use. Growing security concerns in today’s digital world should be addressed head-on, and CareerBuilder Employment Screening is committed to protecting all information used in background screening services.

CareerBuilder is committed to helping you streamline your pre-hire through post-hire processes to ensure you achieve maximum ROI from your recruitment efforts.

Find out how the right screening provider can help you hire quickly and more effectively by attending this webinar.

 

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