TRIMEDX, Indianapolis, has successfully achieved the Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type 2 certification for its solutions, and has been awarded the International Organization for Standardization’s Information Management Security certification ISO/IEC 27001:2013. Each certification verifies TRIMEDX’s operational policies and security controls for service delivery, technology development, and the rigor around the security of client data protecting it from internal and external threats. 

“With the ever-evolving threat landscape, we have a responsibility to our clients to proactively and rigorously secure the data placed in our hands,” says TRIMEDX CEO Henry Hummel. “These widely recognized certifications confirm our commitment to protecting healthcare providers’ confidential data, ensuring patient safety, and demonstrating operational excellence and rigor around technology and data development and control.”

ISO 27001 provides requirements to companies seeking to implement a comprehensive information security management system (ISMS) to effectively provide security of information assets, through a systematic risk management process covering people, processes, and information technology systems.

Taking the commitment to quality a step further, SOC 2 Type 2―a stringent, third-party industry standard among service organizations that handle client data―is designed to protect the safety and security of the data and its storage. At the core of TRIMEDX’s comprehensive clinical asset management solution is RSQ, a proprietary computerized maintenance management system that houses client data on over 4.4 million clinical assets. The achievement of SOC 2 Type 2 compliance showcases TRIMEDX’s visibility into client data and the associated safety and security controls in place to protect it, which has been audited and validated by an independent third party.

“This is a clear signal to our clients, the industry, and regulators that TRIMEDX takes security and safety seriously and has made a significant investment and commitment in adopting ISO 27001 and SOC 2 Type 2 into our culture and how we operate as a business,” says Doug Folsom, president, cybersecurity, and chief technology officer.