PetScreening, which offers the rental housing industry's first and leading pet policy management software at no charge to property owners and managers, today announced the successful completion of its Type 1 SOC 2 audit.
Established by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), the SOC 2 examination is designed for organizations of any size, regardless of industry and scope, to ensure the personal assets of their potential and existing customers are protected. SOC 2 reports are recognized globally and affirm that a company's infrastructure, software, people, data, policies, procedures and operations have been formally reviewed. The SOC 2 audit was conducted by leading compliance assessor A-LIGN, a technology-enabled security and compliance partner trusted by more than 2,500 global organizations to help mitigate cybersecurity risks.
"At PetScreening, we are extremely dedicated to investing in the technologies, processes and best practices that provide data maximum protection," said John Bradford, founder and CEO of PetScreening. "The successful completion of our SOC 2 audit demonstrates our laser focus on doing absolutely everything we can to ensure information and data remains secure on our platform."
PetScreening is the nation's leading centralized database that analyzes pet-related risk in rental housing. Through PetScreening, a rental applicant enters information about their pets during the application process and the platform weighs various pet-related factors, including a community's specific restrictions, such as breed and weight, and analyzes the behavior history of the pet and pet owner. This provides property owners with a streamlined process to comprehensively assess a specific pet and pet owner who want to live at a rental property. PetScreening also uses a team of experts to review reasonable accommodation requests for assistance animals for property teams.