Enlightening Business Solutions Client Portal Florida
Why Enlightening Business Solutions established a Client Portal using SmartVault Services?
In our modern world of a high pace work load environment and complicated lifestyles. Is tough for our clients to keep all their financial and tax documents safe in one place. At Enlightening Business Solutions we established our Client Portal using SmartVault services. In this drawer clients will have the capability to create folders, upload and download financial documents on a fully secure environment.
Our Client Portal is compliance with all the requirements set by HIPAA, the SEC, and other regulatory entities. Emails is no longer a safe or compliant way to send any important document. To properly maintain our clients’ confidentiality and protect your business from non-compliance issues. All your data is encrypted with 256 bit AES standard on the data servers, and is always transferred using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology. SmartVault data centers comply with regulatory standards and attain the necessary certifications. They have achieved Level 1 PCI compliance and have obtained ISO 27001, SAS 70 Type II, and HIPAA certifications.
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Users of the Google Android can now access all of their documents in SmartVault — and upload videos, photos and email directly to SmartVault. This is Eric’s (SmartVault CEO) phone of choice! We support any app on the Android that works with the WebDAV protocol. A variety of WebDAV clients are available through the App Store. Just search for the term WebDAV and choose the one that works best for you. Click here for instructions on how to Configure SmartVault on your Android Device >>
Why Enlightening Business Solutions selected SmartVault?
Clients security and privacy beaning our top priority and after months of research we incorporated to our practice SmartVault Client Portal. With SmartVault we offer our clients one of the highest security document manager in today’s market.
Our SmartVault Client Portal provides our clients with all the general security standard for document management established by the National Institute of Technology U.S. Department of Commerce (NIST). According to the guidelines all information should be stored in data centers or transmitted through technologies that have achieved one of the following standards or attestations.
Standards or Attestations:
- SSAE 16 is a more complete and dependable group of information security standards than what its security benchmark predecessor, SAS 70, offers. The best DMS solutions will have SSAE 16 (Statements on Standards for Attestation Engagements No. 16) audit approval, a standard for data control centers devised by the AICPA (The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants). Despite the accounting-specifics of this certification, it is of benefit for organizations in any industry.
- Level 1, Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) Compliance: a guideline in legal accordance with ISO standard 27001: a standard of great relevance, particularly for those in the accounting and finance industries. This standard ensures information continuity, accessibility, and confidentiality for things like asset management. Finance and accounting firms/organizations can obtain ISO standard 27001 certification through the NQA (National Quality Assurance) at NQA.org.
- SAS 70 Type 1 Attestation: This service auditor report includes description of controls and operating effectiveness. This offers fraud and security intelligence services for organizations.
- SAS 70 Type 2 Attestation: SAS 70 Type 2 and SAS 70 Type 1 attestations have several differences as they pertain to DMS. Information provided by the service report auditors is optional in Type 1, whereas in Type 2, information regarding tests and operating effectiveness as administered by the quality assurance professional will be included in the Type 2 attestations. This offers fraud and security intelligence services for organizations, too.
- 256-Bit Advanced Encryption Standard: Relevant to client-sharing portals (which stand to supplant transmission of sensitive information via email within the near future) standards in Document Management Software, this standard, although administered by the National
Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in 2001, is still relevant and accommodating of today’s technologies.
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