The manufacturer of hardware cryptocurrency wallets Ledger has announced that it has passed the SOC 2 Type 1 security audit. the audit was conducted By the new York consulting firm Friedman LLP.
As part of the SOC 2 test, the company’s security was analyzed, as well as the correct handling of customer personal data. In addition, the Ledger Vault custodial solution was reviewed as part of the audit. Ledger representatives stressed:
“By passing the SOC 2 Type 1 AUDIT, we can guarantee our customers an additional level of security, as well as confidently assert that our Vault solution is protected at all times and we have all the necessary processes in place to ensure the availability of the solution.”
As part of SOC 2 Type 1 Testing, Friedman LLP specialists analyzed the Ledger infrastructure from various possible attack vectors. The company’s security and recovery strategy in the event of various incidents was reviewed.
“Getting this certification speaks to the correct organization of our processes, as well as the correct work with documentation and the overall security level of Ledger,” said Charles Guillemet, technical Director of the company.
Recall that at the end of July, hackers were able to break into the Ledger marketing database and gain access to a million emails and internal documents of the company.