Security and Audit Compliant

Power GP Online is Secure and Audited

Njevity, the creators for PowerGP Online take security and complaince to the next level enabling you to control your data and compliance needs.  People need to share information in your internal organization as well as with people outside.  We give you a secure environment to reduce this unavoidable risk.

SOC Audit

Compliance is a necessity in the cloud. Any true cloud provider will be SSAE-16 Certified.  What does this mean?  Yearly, the cloud provider goes through an audit and receives a System and Organization Controls (SOC) report. It ensures they have physical and environmental security and controls in place to protect you.

PowerGP Online gives you SSAE-16 and SOX compliance and much more.

 

Dynamics GP is More Secure in the Cloud

Most security experts acknowledge that an organization’s data is actually safer in a secure cloud computing environment than it is on a company server. Security breaches make headlines, and in almost all cases, it is user error that causes such vulnerabilities.

PowerGP Online hires hackers on a regular basis to test for vulnerabilities to ensure that we provided the securest environment possible. We also go through the standard security audits that most cloud companies go through.

According to Tudor Coleman, Director of Cloud Operations and Compliance, “Processes and Tools hackers use today to breach systems become part of our standard security.”

Security is an ongoing effort that takes focus, diligence, and enforcement. With the proper controls in place, security breaches can be avoided most of the time and worst case scenario, monitored and fixed.

ProTip from Tudor:

“Any company who says that they are 100% secure and promises to never have a breach is either incompetent or lying.”

PowerGP Online performs security tasks like:

  • Security patches
  • Server upgrades
  • Software upgrades
  • Yearly Audits

Instead of worrying about security, your company can focus on strategic initiatives like:

  • Improvement of workflow and IT operations
  • Enforcing IT security procedures identified
  • Creating compliance, privacy and governance standards
  • Supporting strategic business unit initiatives
  • Finding new technologies