Recognition of iCorps Technologies' use of industry-accepted security best practices.
(PRWEB) February 17, 2010 -- iCorps Technologies, a leader in delivering solid, business-driven IT solutions and services, announced today that it has received the CompTIA Security Trustmark.™ The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) is the leading trade association for the world's information technology (IT) industry.
"The CompTIA Security Trustmark signifies that iCorps Technologies adheres to our industry's highest standards for security practices and business processes in critical areas such as data protection, personnel security, and access management," said Steve Hunt, senior director, Trustmark Programs, CompTIA.
"This is a significant certification, especially given the increased emphasis on data protection and security," says Michael Hadley, iCorps CEO, president, and co-founder.
Nationwide, the focus on data security at the corporate level has intensified, a result of recent, significant breaches of corporate data that have put U.S. consumers' credit card and personal information at risk.
On March 1, 2010, Massachusetts will enforce what is considered the nation's most comprehensive data protection and privacy law. New Massachusetts data privacy regulations (201 CMR 17.00) will enhance a 2007 law (Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 93H), and require that companies and organizations - regardless of their size or location - take more serious security measures on how they collect, use, and store the personal information of any resident of the Commonwealth.
For the past several months, iCorps has been assisting its clients to ensure that they are in compliance with all the requirements of Massac
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