Proto Inc. announced at CES that it has achieved SOC 2 Type 1 compliance in accordance with American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) standards for SOC for Service Organizations, also known as SSAE 18. Achieving this standard with an unqualified opinion serves as third-party industry validation that Proto provides enterprise-level security for customers’ data and communications on the Proto platform. According to Proto, it’s the only company in the hologram space that has achieved this level of security.
Proto (formerly known as Portl), is the patented hologram communications platform that is connecting people all over the world. The seven-feet tall Proto Epic and tabletop Proto M are being honored again at the CES 2023 Innovation Awards in the field of Digital Health, and are in use globally, including by many Fortune 500 companies, in fields such as finance and health where security is crucial.
“Proto is being used daily around over the world for communications of all kinds, so it’s hugely important that our partners and customers know their data — their holograms and the information it conveys — is completely secure,” says David Nussbaum, inventor and CEO of Proto Inc. “I’m so proud of our entire team — we really have the best engineers on the planet and we are moving full speed toward making hologram communications and holoportation ubiquitous in modern life.”
Proto says it takes its responsibility to provide secure transmissions seriously whether it be in its work with companies in the finance sector such as PwC and Schroders; the telecoms industry like AT&T, BT, Verizon, T-Mobile and Virgin Media 02; or the growing list of health companies and medical schools incorporating Proto in their programs.
Edward Ginis, CTO & co-founder of Proto Inc. says, “We are thrilled to assure our customers that Proto devices meet the highest security, continuity, and privacy standards in the industry and are committed to continuing to ensure that all our customers feel their most sensitive content is safe with Proto.”
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