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Announcing Feathery's SOC 2 Compliance

Mike Kilcullen
Apr 21, 2022
2 mins

Today we're excited to publicly announce that Feathery is SOC 2 Type I compliant.

To achieve compliance, we partnered with Laika, a compliance management platform, to monitor our security posture on an ongoing basis.

What is SOC 2 compliance?

SOC 2 is a compliance standard developed by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) that specifies how organizations like Feathery should manage customer data.

The standard is based on the following Trust Services Criteria:

  • Security
  • Availability
  • Processing integrity
  • Confidentiality
  • Privacy

Organizations that handle customer data can achieve compliance by voluntarily undergoing a rigorous audit and assessment of the above criteria.

Why is SOC 2 compliance important?

Companies and product teams, especially in sensitive industries, that use Feathery to build their forms place a significant level of trust in us with their form data. Achieving SOC 2 Type I compliance is our way of reciprocating that trust and demonstrating a high level of commitment to the proper handling of their form data.

If you’re a Feathery customer looking for a copy of our SOC 2 report, please reach out via Intercom or in our Slack community.


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