Main Street, Inc. Successfully Completes
System & Organization Controls (SOC) 2 –Type 2 Assurance Engagement
Assurance Provided by Insyte CPAs, LLC
Birmingham, AL- Main Street, Inc., a data-driven analytics and print solutions provider, today announced the successful completion of a System & Organization Controls (SOC) examination. This achievement showcases the suitability of the design and operating effectiveness of its controls relevant to security and confidentiality of Main Street’s Printing and Mailing systems utilized to process users’ data and the confidentiality of the information processed by these systems. The controls provide reasonable assurance that Main Street’s service commitments and system requirements were achieved based on the trust services criteria. The engagement was performed by an independent certified public accounting firm, Insyte CPAs, LLC, based on the Standards for Attestation Engagement, as defined by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).
Ted Walton, President of Main Street, Inc. said, “Information security is top of mind for our business partners as well as the consumers they serve. This SOC achievement is a testament to the priority Main Street places on safeguarding data and the systems that house it. Our commitment to security is constant and we will continue to make investments to ensure the integrity of our systems.”
For additional information, visit www.mainstreetinc.com.
About Main Street, Inc.
Main Street partners with over 2,100 community-oriented financial institutions to provide data-driven solutions. Our affordable, effective check program designed to meet the needs of financial institutions like yours is easy to manage and leaves out the hidden fees you’ll find in other programs. But we don’t stop there. Our TargetSmart data-driven marketing program offers tools to help you win in today’s market with our simple, 3-step process for gaining account holder insights, reaching potential account holders with marketing programs, and measuring the effectiveness of your efforts to give you growth power you never thought possible.
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