Independent audit verifies CU’s internal controls & processes

BILLINGS, Montana—Computers Unlimited, a software development company, announced that it has completed its SOC 2 Type II audit, performed by KirkpatrickPrice. Computers Unlimited said this attestation provides evidence that it has a strong commitment to security and to delivering high-quality services to its clients by demonstrating that they have the necessary internal controls and processes in place.

A SOC 2 audit provides an independent, third-party validation that a service organization’s information security practices meet industry standards stipulated by the AICPA. During the audit, a service organization’s non-financial reporting controls as they relate to security of a system are tested. The SOC 2 report delivered by KirkpatrickPrice verifies the suitability of the design and operating effectiveness of Computers Unlimited’s controls to meet the standards for this criterion.

“We recognize the importance of maintaining the highest standards of data security and operational integrity,” said David Schaer, president of Computers Unlimited, about the accomplishment. “Achieving a SOC 2 Type II certification is not merely a badge of honor; it is a tangible assurance to our customers that their data is handled with the utmost care according to stringent, industry-recognized practices. This certification reflects our ongoing efforts to evolve and innovate our software products and services to meet the needs of the market and our customers. It solidifies our reputation as a reliable partner in protecting sensitive information and ensuring operational excellence, which is critical for our sustained growth and success in the competitive tech industry.”

“The SOC 2 audit is based on the Trust Services Criteria,” said Joseph Kirkpatrick, president of KirkpatrickPrice. “Computers Unlimited delivers trust-based services to their clients, and by communicating the results of this audit, their clients can be assured of their reliance on Computers Unlimited’s controls.”